Thesaurus / extirpation
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The prophecy of extirpation had been passed, but the cruel agent of its accomplishment was not thereby condoned.

The Catholics drew the sword for the extirpation of heresy; the Protestants grasped their arms to defend themselves.

The evil was found to require the radical cure of extirpation.

The Dutch have profited by a knowledge of its efficacy; Queen Elizabeth prohibited the extirpation of it.

By metaphor they mean the assembling of like things, and the selection and extirpation of unlike things.

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On March 1, Professor Madelung undertook the extirpation of the tumor.

In this sense the extirpation or decay of chiliasm is perhaps the most momentous fact in the history of Christianity in the East.

By the original laws of nations, war and extirpation were the punishment of injury.

This success, and the sight of the wide extent of heresy, led him to devote his life to its extirpation.

Margaret herself had been purposely kept in ignorance of the plan for the extirpation of the Protestants.

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