This cannot be eradicated, and must therefore be regulated,—the pleasure must be of the right sort.
The exhibition of the205 Deaf and Dumb will never be eradicated from my mind.
Nevertheless, they are also inborn and cannot easily be eradicated by education.
Slavery was the sole cause of the war, and shall it not be eradicated?
But if everything was eradicated, they would cease to exist as a people.
Let us thus preserve the root, because, if that is eradicated, it is all over with us.
Her faults were in a great manner subdued, but they were not eradicated.
They cannot be eradicated, but they can be modified and controlled.
These old prejudices must and can be eradicated—just as they were in Massachusetts.
It was a contagion, and it was equally obvious that it could be eradicated by segregation.