kill, make, rub out, cancel out, manage, subvert, bring off, carry away, help, terminate, keep, root out, eat, winnow out, rule out, get rid of, stub out, blot out, pass, bear off, wipe out, repeal, obviate, root, liquidate, abate, deracinate, press out, suppress, sweep away, reverse, do away with, supplant, kill off, blow out, quench, deplete, use up, bear away, uproot, abrogate, run through, clear, stamp out, rid of, egest, excrete, crush out, purge, set aside, study at exterminate, carry off, exhaust, eat up, overthrow, negociate, consume, take away, snuff out, pull off, end
destroy (part of speech: verb)
disintegrate, annihilate, exterminate, raze, pulverize, mow down, decimate, level, rip to shreds, bulldoze, atomize, dismantle, tear down, devastate, vaporize, flatten, smash, wreck, demolish, desolate, extirpate, lay waste
annul (part of speech: verb)
delete, efface, divorce, extinguish, dismiss, reject, disavow, invalidate, eliminate, nullify, retract, disaffirm, veto, refute, abnegate, neutralize, deny, withdraw, obliterate, destroy, cancel, abolish, repudiate, revoke, negate, undo, disclaim, annul, dissolve
exclude (part of speech: verb)
blackball, excise, evict, excommunicate, disqualify, ostracize, disallow, exile, exclude, extradite, prohibit, deport, remove, ignore, amputate, expel, blacklist, renounce, forbid, boycott, bar, ban, oust, proscribe, expatriate, relegate, disbar, banish, eject
extract (part of speech: verb)
obliterate (part of speech: verb)
- Stammering, in the Primary Mental Stage, takes on a distinct Mental form as differentiated from the Mental- Physical form and becomes therefore more difficult to eradicate. - "Stammering, Its Cause and Cure", Benjamin Nathaniel Bogue.
- " Yes, he and Eradicate were having an argument about who should move a heavy casting from one of the shops. - "Tom Swift in the Land of Wonders or, The Underground Search for the Idol of Gold", Victor Appleton.
- It was very difficult to do: so deep was the instinct that it took me some years to eradicate the love for my left side and transfer it to my right, and when I had at last accomplished it I was still liable to go back to my first preference. - "The Prodigal Returns", Lilian Staveley.