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synonyms for obliterated

  • annihilated
  • destroyed
  • erased
  • removed
  • blotted out
  • wiped out
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How to use obliterated in a sentence

The threat in 2001 wasn’t coming from our fellow countrymen, and we weren’t a year into a pandemic that has obliterated all sense of normalcy.
HOW DO I KEEP MY TEAM ENGAGED WHEN THE WORLD IS ON FIRE?LIZ ELTINGJANUARY 26, 2021QUARTZ
If I ran just three miles in the evening, my thighs, come sunrise, would feel as obliterated as they did after my first marathon.
DID THRU-HIKING THE APPALACHIAN TRAIL RUIN MY BODY?GRAYSON HAVER CURRINJANUARY 25, 2021OUTSIDE ONLINE
Such a move would have been considered unthinkable a year ago, but the pandemic has obliterated industry norms.
WARNER BROS. TO RELEASE ALL 2021 FILMS ON HBO MAX AND IN THEATERSVERNE KOPYTOFFDECEMBER 3, 2020FORTUNE
I punch over the first — with a victorious howl that I’m now certain obliterated the soundscape — and into a swooping downhill beneath chestnut-hued chimneys and ramparts.
ON MOUNTAIN BIKES IN THE UTAH DESERT, A COLLEGE REUNION LIKE NO OTHERJOHN BRILEYNOVEMBER 20, 2020WASHINGTON POST
South Carolina’s Senate contest is drawing gobs of attention and record-obliterating cash, but this bellwether House race down along the coast is worth watching too.
POLITICAL TREMORS: HOW TO SURVIVE ELECTION DAY DRAMANICK FOURIEZOSNOVEMBER 1, 2020OZY
This first great trouble of his life was only partly obliterated by a still greater grief—the death of his mother.
THE LIFE & LETTERS OF PETER ILICH TCHAIKOVSKYMODESTE TCHAIKOVSKY
But the rivers, by cutting down and tilling up, have long since obliterated these water areas.
OUTLINES OF THE EARTH'S HISTORYNATHANIEL SOUTHGATE SHALER
It cannot now, however, be identified, having been obliterated or concealed by the changes of the last two centuries.
THE CATACOMBS OF ROMEWILLIAM HENRY WITHROW
What I have suffered I cannot describe; but I am now with you again, and your kindness has obliterated it all from my memory.
CONFESSIONS OF A THUGPHILIP MEADOWS TAYLOR
For a moment, he lost control of himself—they were close together, and the dark had obliterated the room.
THE WOMAN GIVESOWEN JOHNSON
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WORDS RELATED TO OBLITERATED

  • abolished
  • annihilated
  • blasted
  • blighted
  • broken
  • consumed
  • demolished
  • devastated
  • devoured
  • disintegrated
  • eradicated
  • felled
  • gutted
  • killed
  • lost
  • obliterated
  • overwhelmed
  • ravaged
  • ruined
  • sacked
  • shattered
  • smashed
  • torn down
  • totaled
  • wasted
  • wiped out
  • wrecked
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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