- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of obliterate.
“I like to keep my eye on the horizon and on human events, but pain obliterates the horizon and the only human you're interested in is you and how much you hurt.”
“After she "obliterates" Iran, she can do the same to our party and our country.”
“Unless Hillary completely "obliterates" Obama into ashes, the SD cannot override Obama's lead and hand her the nomination.”
“The chairman said Nelson to this point has stayed in office in conservative Nebraska by running as a moderate, but his health care vote "obliterates" that persona.”
“As Minsky rightly pointed out, with the passage of time, people forget about the last financial crisis, ceasing to be standard investors and taking on sufficient leverage that any small perturbation in asset prices ultimately obliterates their net worth.”
“The light is so overpowering in the middle of the picture that it obliterates the sight of some balloons entirely.”
“In certain models, it reduces or obliterates stigma," he says.”
“It would show that the line between the victim and the victimizer is razor-thin, that human beings, when the restraints are cut, are intoxicated by mass killing, and that war, rather than being noble, heroic and glorious, obliterates all that is tender, decent and kind.”
“But really, that the Iranian population is again rising up again obliterates the right wings assertion that Egypt must become another Iran.”
“What if a hurricane comes along and obliterates the dunes entirely?”
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