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Adjective: obliterated  u'bli-tu,rey-tid
  1. Reduced to nothingness
    "A common problem in resurveys of the public lands is the replacement of lost or obliterated corners";
    - blotted out, obliterate
Verb: obliterate  u'bli-tu,reyt or ow'bli-tu,reyt
  1. Mark for deletion, rub off, or erase
    "obliterate these lines in the President's speech";
    - kill, wipe out
     
  2. Make undecipherable or imperceptible by obscuring or concealing
    - obscure, blot out, veil, hide
     
  3. Remove completely from recognition or memory
    "obliterate the memory of the time in the camps";
    - efface
     
  4. Do away with completely, without leaving a trace

See also: destroyed

Type of: alter, blur, change, dim, do away with, eliminate, extinguish, fish out, get rid of, modify, slur, take away, take out

Encyclopedia: Obliterate