ObliterateObliterate is a transitive verb that is used to portray completely destroying something. To remove or rid of all traces.

Examples:

  1. The criminals tried to ‘obliterate’ the evidence, but the forensic team found one piece of evidences that solved the crime.
  2.  humanities carelessness may eventually ‘obliterate’ the most beautiful of animals.
  3. You cannot ‘obliterate’ your past, but you can change and become a better individual.

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