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Spell check of annihilate

Correct spelling:
annihilate
Definition:

To reduce to nothing; utterly destroy.

Synonyms:
destroy (verb)
decimate, destroy, wreck, extirpate, atomize, pulverize, dismantle, tear down, bulldoze, flatten, mow down, level, disintegrate, raze, rip to shreds, smash, demolish, vaporize, lay waste, desolate, devastate, eradicate, exterminate, abolish.
obliterate (verb)
obliterate, expurgate, eradicate, cancel, erase, expunge, cut, delete, censor, edit, annul, omit, eliminate, strike.
unsubstantiate (verb)
disintegrate, empty, nullify, vacate, disappear.
Other synonyms:
extinguish, eradicate, carry off, wipe out, decimate, eliminate.
Common misspellings:
  1. annihalate (17%)
  2. anihilate (14%)
  3. anialate (13%)
  4. annialate (12%)
  5. annhialate (8%)
  6. annhilate (6%)
  7. aniolate (5%)
  8. anhiliate (4%)
  9. annilate (4%)
  10. annihlate (4%)
  11. anhialate (4%)
  12. annahilate (4%)
  13. anihalate (3%)
  14. anilalate (3%)
  15. anhillate (1%)
Examples of usage:
  1. And meanwhile Quirk, head downward, so to speak, charged rank and file, and sent them flying; arose again and swept the heads off officers; and was just about to annihilate the volunteers when Mangan interrupted him.
    - - "Prince Fortunatus", William Black.
  2. A dangerous road is unfavourable both to commerce and to friendship; a man is unwilling to venture his neck to sell his productions, or even visit his friend: if a dreadful road lies between them, it will be apt to annihilate friendship.
    - - "Prince Fortunatus", William Black. - "An History of Birmingham (1783)", William Hutton.
  3. We may observe, that the manufactures, the laborious part of mankind, the rates, and the number of paupers, will everlastingly go hand in hand; they will increase and decrease together; we cannot annihilate one, but the others will follow, and odd as the expression may sound, we become rich by payment and poverty.
    - - "Prince Fortunatus", William Black. - "An History of Birmingham (1783)", William Hutton. poor's - "An History of Birmingham (1783)", William Hutton.
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