eradicate

Part of speech: noun

Eradication.

Part of speech: verb

To root out; extirpate.

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Usage examples "eradicate":

  1. " And Andy Foger will help us, too," added Sam, as he withdrew, after an encounter with Eradicate. - "Tom Swift and his Electric Runabout or, The Speediest Car on the Road", Victor Appleton.
  2. It will take years of sunshine and happiness and love to eradicate the dreadful memories that they have stored up in the far- back corners of their little brains. - "Dear Enemy", Jean Webster.
  3. The case was serious, too, for if that notion of her once got fairly planted in the minds of her public, it would be almost impossible to eradicate it. - "Mary Wollaston", Henry Kitchell Webster.