extinction[ ik-stingk-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF extinction
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Thus manifestly a negligible factor, it is also one tending to extinction.
If this holy fire be too much confined, it will be in danger of extinction.
Warfare was on the road to extinction, threatened by its very excesses.
Every race which does not understand this necessity ends in extinction.
The Anglo-Saxon civilizes the other races or devotes them to extinction.
One cannot but desire that their extinction in these parts, which is certain, may be also speedy.
Why, he might want me to go, you know—which would bore me to extinction.
It may mean the extinction of Theos as an independent nation.
It was as if we had been casting a spell of extinction on each other's voices.
Rarity, as geology tells us, is the precursor to extinction.
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