Mnemonic - Obey literate fools and completely destroy this world.
Word - Obliterate
a) completely destroy
b) remove from existence
Part of Speech - verb
Synonyms - wipe out, annihilate, eradicate, exterminate
Antonyms - create, preserve, revive, build
1 Beware of the dangerous computer virus that obliterates the hard drive.
2 In an attempt to obliterate the negative opinions the government rolled out many subsidies before the election.
3 A man who believes in God cannot completely obliterate the existence of the devil.
1 The Vazir obliterated any competition for the throne killing all the three princes in their sleep.
2 His music was fun to listen and obliterated the myth that classical forms of music were meant for the rich.
The oil wells burned for days in the Gulf and obliterating the fires was a challenge.