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adjective as in finished

adjective as in obliterated

adjective as in undone

adjective as in drained

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Example Sentences

The folk memory of medieval community life had been wiped out by the industrial revolution.

Schmidt had arrived in California after his family had been wiped out by tuberculosis in his home state of Rhode Island.

As the deadly virus swept through the region, entire families of farmers and harvesters were wiped out.

For the uninitiated, the film is set on a future Earth whose crops (save corn) have been wiped out by a mysterious blight.

If the international community does not stand up, we will be wiped out.

There were machine guns here which wiped out the landing parties whenever they tried to get ashore North of the present line.

The fleet cannot see itself wiped out by degrees; and yet, without the fleet, how are we soldiers to exist?

A wavering red line licked its way to the canyon-edge on the east side, wiped out the grass, and died on the bald rim-rock.

At dawn half a battalion of Turks tried to make the attack along the top of the cliff and were entirely wiped out.

Another, later, enemy effort against the right of the 29th Division was clean wiped out.


On this page you'll find 461 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to wiped-out, such as: bankrupt, exhausted, impoverished, indigent, insolvent, and needy.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.