ruin, include, extinction, wastage, liquidation, disintegration, decimation, wreckage, havoc, demolishment, extermination, desolation, loss, demolition, help, make, expunction, devastation, extirpation, ruination, mincemeat
annulment (part of speech: noun)
disavowal, neutralization, elimination, abnegation, destruction, extinguishment, cancellation, dissolution, disaffirmation, eradication, refutation, dismissal, repudiation, nullification, abolition, invalidation, disclamation, negation, abolishment, undoing, revocation, rejection, withdrawal, divorce, deletion, annulment, denial, retraction
obliteration (part of speech: noun)
forgetfulness (part of speech: noun)
- Another fact which should not be passed over, is that in the evolution of a large society out of a cluster of small ones, there is a gradual obliteration of the original lines of separation- a change to which, also, we may see analogies in living bodies. - "Essays: Scientific, Political, & Speculative, Vol. I", Herbert Spencer.
- The letters were illegible, perhaps, yet the symbol of obliteration was in that dust which the morrow would disperse. - "Mary Magdalen", Edgar Saltus.
- For Mrs. Bittacy, daughter of an evangelical clergy- man, was a self- sacrificing woman, who in most things found a happy duty in sharing her husband's joys and sorrows to the point of self- obliteration. - "The Man Whom the Trees Loved", Algernon Blackwood.