forgetting (part of speech: verb)
annulling (part of speech: verb)
deleting, effacing, divorcing, eradicating, dismissing, rejecting, disavowing, extinguishing, eliminating, neutralizing, retracting, disaffirming, vetoing, refuting, abnegating, negating, denying, withdrawing, nullifying, destroying, canceling, abolishing, repudiating, revoking, invalidating, undoing, disclaiming, annulling, dissolving
obliterating (part of speech: verb)
- Carelessly, and obliterating one word before he began another, he formed the question: " My office to- morrow?" - "Sisters", Kathleen Norris.
- It was not easy to quit the sweetly solemn place or to resist the wish which I have here indulged, that some kinsman or kinswoman of those whom the blossoms and leaves are hiding would come to their rescue from nature now claiming an undue part in them, and obliterating their very memories. - "Roman Holidays and Others", W. D. Howells.
- The static emerging from the speaker thickened, obliterating all other noises. - "The Second Voice", Mann Rubin.