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microorganism, micro-organism, bacterioid, bacterioidal, bacteroid, bacterioid, bacterioidal, bacteroid.
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obliteration
Definition:
To wipe out of existence.

Synonyms:

noun
abolition
abolishment, abrogation, annihilation, annulment, destruction, dissolution, ending, negation, nullification, obliteration, repeal, repudiation, rescission, revocation, suppression, termination, voiding, withdrawal, Overturning, Quashing, Rescinding, Rescindment.
annulment
abatement, abnegation, abolishment, abolition, annulment, breakup, cancellation, deletion, denial, destruction, disavowal, discharge, dismissal, dissolution, divorce, elimination, eradication, invalidation, negation, neutralization, nullification, recall, refutation, rejection, repudiation, retraction, reversal, revocation, split up, undoing, vitiation, withdrawal, Disaffirmation, Disclamation, Erasing, Extinguishment, Countermanding, dedomiciling, going phfft, split*.
big win
coup, Coup D'etat.
concealment
beard, blind, camouflage, cover, covering, curtain, disguise, dissimulation, fig leaf, front, hide out, hideaway, laundromat, mask, occultation, privacy, red herring, secretion, smoke screen, veil, Obscuration, cover up, wraps, Laundromats, obscurations, coverup, hide-out, hide-outs, occultations, cover-up.
death
afterlife, bereavement, casualty, cessation, darkness, decease, demise, departure, dying, eternal rest, euthanasia, exit, expiration, fatality, finis, finish, grave, grim reaper, heaven, losses, mortality, necrosis, oblivion, paradise, parting, passing, quietus, release, repose, silence, sleep, tomb, curtains, finises, passing over, after life.
eclipse
concealment, darkening, decline, diminution, penumbra, shading, shroud, Dimming.
forgetfulness
amnesia, blankness, erasure, forgetfulness, oblivion.
nothing/nothingness
aught, blank, cipher, naught, nobody, nonbeing, nonentity, nought, nullity, shutout, trifle, void, zilch, zip, Insignificancy, Nihility, not anything, fly speck, zero*, wind*.
obliteration
abolition, annihilation, bane, cancellation, carnage, censorship, crashing, crushing, deletion, dissolving, downfall, elimination, end, eradication, expunction, expunging, expurgation, extermination, extinction, extinguishing, extirpation, havoc, invalidating, invalidation, liquidation, loss, massacre, overthrow, ravaging, ruin, ruination, sacking, shattering, slaughter, slaying, subjugation, subversion, undoing, wreckage, wrecking, Abolishing, Assassinating, Canceling, Deleting, Disintegrating, Disrupting, Effacing, Extinguishment, Subverting, murder, blotting out, crossing out, rubbing out, scratching out, wiping out.
Examples of usage:
  1. I never thought that I would ever sit quietly and listen to someone calmly plot the complete obliteration of my whole life, my whole being. –  by
  2. And not less to be dreaded than monotony from the governmental point of view, is the obliteration of variety in social life and in literary development. – The Complete Essays of C. D. Warner by Charles Dudley Warner
  3. Once more I can feel the crawling of my skin as I looked upon the methodical obliteration of men's work. – Greener Than You Think by Ward Moore
  4. If it has not been man himself with his so- called " improvements," his neglect, and his vandalism, it has been fire, the weather, and the insects which have caused widespread obliteration- almost a clean sweep- of the structures of those times. – Virginia Architecture in the Seventeenth Century by Henry Chandlee Forman
  5. Unselfishness with him extended to forgetfulness of his requirements; it was no longer a virtue, but utter indifference to self, an absolute obliteration of personality. – The Fat and the Thin by Emile Zola

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