Thesaurus / eradicate

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His skin was so sunbaked as to have changed constitutionally; nothing could ever eradicate that tan.
We'll have to walk home, unless you two want to wait until I can ride back with Eradicate, and come back on my motor cycle.
But all would be well, if we could eradicate abuses and bring out our strength.
He may, indeed, give up his fatal indulgence; but he has planted the seeds of disease in his body, and no art can eradicate them.
If you want to eradicate disease, you must stamp out the conditions that breed it.
BORN AGAINALFRED LAWSON
Poetry will tend to become international, and instead of seeking to encourage national prejudices, will seek to eradicate them.
Once rooted it is as hard to eradicate as plantain and red sorrel.
To eradicate totally the curse of slavery in thirty years would be miraculous indeed.
The Church was a vested interest which had a greater stake in the country and was harder to eradicate than they imagined.
The object of the Powers was to eradicate every trace of the Napoleonic administration.

WORDS RELATED TO ERADICATE

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