What does the word obliterated mean?

Usage examples for obliterated

  1. In other words, the line that has been supposed to separate the sacred from the secular must be obliterated, and every common thing must become sacred. – The Making of a Country Parish by Harlow S. (Harlow Spencer) Mills
  2. The frontiers of 1815 seemed likely to be obliterated by an enterprise which would bring Russia to the Danube and France to the Rhine. – History of Modern Europe 1792-1878 by C. A. Fyffe
  3. The world, and all future time, looked to her like a blank, as though overspread by one heavy cloud, that obliterated entirely and forever the sight of that sun which had so long warmed her heart with its genial rays. – The Circassian Slave; or, The Sultan's Favorite A Story of Constantinople and the Caucasus by Lieutenant Maturin Murray
  4. It was not until the next day that the number 13, very nearly obliterated, directed her towards Fouesnant. – The Secret of Sarek by Maurice Leblanc

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