extermination

[ ik-stur-muh-neyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF extermination

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXTERMINATION

The edict for their extermination, was published in the year 1492.

A case of destitution, completely; what the newspapers call 'extermination.'

The extermination of old may sometimes be rapid, but never the introduction.

One device after another has been added for the extermination of the slow-witted.

"That looks like a war of extermination upon them," said Morris.

I prophesied this disaster and the extermination of my creatures—men.

Did not your God tell the Hebrews to wage a war of extermination on the Canaanites?

Let your watchword be onward, extermination, death; and victory will be yours.

This is another one of her steps in the process of assimilation or extermination.

It meant extermination; extermination in every way possible.

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