Synonyms for wiped out
- black out
- blot out
- root out
Antonyms for wiped out
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WIPED OUT
Whole tribes and clans were wiped out by hunger and cold and want.
Then, with a smile: "Why not wait until my ranch is wiped out, as you say?"
Then, since this old debt had been wiped out, there was no reason why she should not help now.
Then everything was wiped out as by an angel's wing, and I fell into a deep sleep.
It was as if all that had befallen in the last five years had been wiped out of existence.
You and I may be wiped out of existence and the railroad will go on as before.
My people are gone, wiped out by your gas as yours were wiped out by ours.
At least there will be something to be wiped out between us.
If I am wiped out, I think it will be the preface to trouble in Egypt.
The trail was wiped out and swallowed up by the late snows and winds.
Old English wipan, from Proto-Germanic *wipanan (cf. Danish vippe, Middle Dutch, Dutch vippen, Old High German wifan "to swing"), from PIE *weip- "to turn, vacillate, tremble" (cf. Latin vibrare "to shake;" see vibrate).
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR WIPED OUT
- dead broke
- deprived of
- devoid of
- dirt poor
- flat broke
- in need of
- on the breadline
- on the rocks
- played out
- wiped out