erase[ ih-reys ]SEE DEFINITION OF erase
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ERASE
I find she quite ignores it, if she has sums to do, or blots to erase.
And first of all, erase from it all that you have heard me say in the council-room.
He could not erase errors, or paint them over, as an artist does.
Hence we erase all optional marks in the 1st and 3rd rows, but let them stand in the 2nd.
And if he depart, let him erase all the entries which have been made by him in the register kept by the magistrates.
If they did not wish to be included in the treaty, he was willing to erase their name at their bidding.
Then he thought of the beach, but there the wind and waves would soon also erase it.
To live down the past and erase the errors, live boldly the present.
If sure, make the point more prominent, or if not sure, erase it.
Would he not erase every thing which taxed his pleasure and freedom?