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Verb
/əˈblitəˌrāt/,
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obliterated, past tense; obliterated, past participle; obliterating, present participle; obliterates, 3rd person singular present;
  1. Destroy utterly; wipe out
    • - the memory was so painful that he obliterated it from his mind
  2. Cause to become invisible or indistinct; blot out
    • - clouds were darkening, obliterating the sun

  1. blotted out: reduced to nothingness
  2. kill: mark for deletion, rub off, or erase; "kill these lines in the President's speech"
  3. obscure: make undecipherable or imperceptible by obscuring or concealing; "a hidden message"; "a veiled threat"
  4. remove completely from recognition or memory; "efface the memory of the time in the camps"
  5. do away with completely, without leaving a trace
  6. (obliteration) annihilation: destruction by annihilating something
  7. Obliterate is a grindcore band from Košice. Founded in 1992, as one of the first band of this genre in Slovakia
  8. To remove completely, leaving no trace; to wipe out; to destroy
  9. (Obliterated) Technically misnamed, currently in the pottery world it means smeared or partially obliterated corrugation (totally obliterated corrugation is smooth plainware). ...
  10. (Obliteration) a synergistic phenomenon of both particle silting and polar adhesion. When water and silt particles co-exist in a fluid containing long-chain molecules, the tendency for valves to undergo obliteration increases.
  11. (Obliteration) (1) A cancellation intended solely to deface a stamp-also called a killer. (2) An overprint intended to deface a portion of the design of a stamp, such as the face of a deposed ruler.
  12. (Obliteration) A process producing an obstructed flow path choked off by obliterants (polar materials such as water, long chain polymers and silica) that are attracted to the walls of the flow passage.
  13. (Obliteration) The blotting out or smearing over of writing, lettering, or printing to make the original invisible or undecipherable.
  14. (obliteration) the ability of an opaque overprint to hide completely the color underneath; also sometimes referred to as obliterating power.
  15. To do away with something so as to leave no trace.