strike down, burn in, score out, rub out, browse, cross, blue-pencil, scratch, remove, author, continue, call up, bowdlerize, set off, wipe out, stroke, compress, scrub, cut down, append, burn, vacate, redact, offset, kill, capture, block, edit out, dramatize, wipe off, call off, adapt, access, back up, archive, condense, dele
annul (part of speech: verb)
deny, eliminate, efface, extinguish, dissolve, reject, disclaim, invalidate, eradicate, nullify, retract, disavow, veto, refute, abnegate, neutralize, destroy, withdraw, obliterate, disaffirm, cancel, abolish, repudiate, revoke, negate, undo, dismiss, annul, divorce
subtract (part of speech: verb)
obliterate (part of speech: verb)
- Every tract before publication had to be approved at a meeting of members, when the author or authors had to consider every criticism and justify, amend, or delete the passage challenged. - "The History of the Fabian Society", Edward R. Pease.
- 158 Hebrew noÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ ash; with Greek delete the second no. - "Jeremiah", George Adam Smith.
- Pleasure in life is all delete; there is no red spot left, fires do not radiate, you burn your hands all the time on what seem to be cold stones. - "The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson - Swanston Edition Vol. 24 (of 25)", Robert Louis Stevenson Other: Andrew Lang.