wipe out[ wahyp-out ]SEE DEFINITION OF wipe out
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WIPE OUT
If only we could wipe out this one lot we could prepare to defend ourselves.
And merely to wipe out an offence that is not worth considering!
He meant to wipe out the memory of past failures in one sweep.
Their blood, perhaps, may wipe out all thus far, All up to that—not that!
Then it'll wipe out one by the Press on the Public—an' leave just a million over!
They knew we were human and tried to wipe out the Omans before we got there.
I'd wipe out the enemy's hospitals and poison his food supplies.
There was no way to wipe out his failure when a real ordeal had confronted him.
If for no other reason than to wipe out the football defeat.
With them he meant to return and "wipe out" every man, woman and child of the settlers.