extirpation

[ ek-ster-peyt, ik-stur-peyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF extirpation

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXTIRPATION

Extirpation has been the watchword with which Caucasian Christianity has gone about the world.

The most recent work on extirpation of the spleen for tumours is from Hartmann and Vasquez.

Hundreds of the ablest judges were selected for the extirpation of this crime.

They may be operated on by means of incision or extirpation.

Extirpated they may have been, like the Moors of Spain, but extirpation is not apostasy.

He then and there determined to devote his life to the extirpation of heresy.

But the extirpation was not so thorough as at first appeared.

The Turk is not deliberately aiming at the extirpation of his Christian subjects.

Hundt did not stand533 alone in his advocacy of the extirpation of the Jews.

Vane had left the colony, and the time was ripe to finish the work of extirpation.

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