Definition of erase:
remove, discharge, cross, deplete, continue, undo, eat, rescind, make void, make, wipe away, extirpate, rub off _or_ out, scratch out, root, wipe, score out, blot, revoke, carry off, rub, slay, blot out, nullify, kill, wipe out, delete, cross off _or_ out, scratch, decimate, murder, clear, abolish, dispatch, liquidate, efface, run through, help, sweep away, uproot, use up, vacate, wipe off, abrogate, quash, exhaust, eat up, snuff out, extinguish, stamp out, consume, cancel out, repeal, exterminate, blue-pencil, rub out.
- "The Reluctant Weapon", Howard L. Myers.
I do not know whether it has been accepted, for M. Bourrienne still exercises an authority so severe over these journals that they are always submitted to him before they appear, that he may erase or alter the articles which do not please him."- "The Project Gutenberg Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte", Bourrienne, Constant, and Stewarton.
- "Over the Top With the Third Australian Division", G. P. Cuttriss.