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Correct spelling:
liquidation
Definition:
The act of settling and adjusting debts, or ascertaining their amount or the balance due; the clearing and settling of the affairs between debtor and creditor in a bankrupt estate.

Synonyms:

noun
act
settlement, liquidation, elimination.
annihilation
invalidation, subversion, invalidating, ruination, wreckage, extinguishing, wrecking, carnage, Disintegrating, loss, elimination, undoing, slaughter, abolition, downfall, ruin, shattering, Extinguishment, ravaging, dissolving, Assassinating, bane, overthrow, slaying, end, crashing, crushing, extinction, sacking, extirpation, Disrupting, subjugation, havoc, Subverting, Abolishing, massacre, murder, obliteration.
carnage
shambles, blood bath, blood and guts, slayings, search and destroy, havoc, taking out, offing, hecatomb, killing.
destruction
ruination, massacre, sackings, subjugations, crushings, subjugation, crashings.
elimination
eradication, clearance, weeding out, discard, displacement, dropping, cut, extermination, withdrawal, destruction, expulsion, rejection, omission, taking away, exclusion, removal, ejection, riddance, purge.
killing
asphyxiation, butchering, elimination, Dispatching, removal, manslaughter, execution, extermination, massacre, Snuffing, hanging, slaughter, assassination, slaying, purging, strangulation.
liquidation
settlement, extermination, elimination.
obliteration
obliteration.
Examples of usage:
  1. After that it was only a scant four months before the commanders of the Central empires knew themselves beaten, and now their very empires are in liquidation! – Kelly Miller's History of the World War for Human Rights by Kelly Miller
  2. To meet this difficulty it was decided that a small additional Committee of men known to be thoroughly familiar with the bond business should be organized, and that it should be their duty to control the liquidation of listed bonds. – The New York Stock Exchange in the Crisis of 1914 by Henry George Stebbins Noble
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