- v. Simple past tense and past participle of wipe out.
- adj. destroyed completely
- adj. destroyed financially
“We warred fiercely and valiantly, but I now question the honor in all that if it wiped out a village in the process—which many times it did.”
“After the Karsids had established economic influence over the entire planet—not difficult to do, considering that Klinzhai was just entering into the early phases of industrialization and there was constant rivalry between the semi-industrial cloth-manufacturing towns and the land-based patriarchate—to the point where the Klingons could not do without them, the Karsids imposed cultural unity, wiped out recalcitrant minorities, dissidents and splinter-groups and adopted Klinzhai into full tributary status in Karsid Imperial Year 930.”
“It does, however, claim to have wiped out the impenetrable – not even worth trying to penetrate – mystery that must have dogged all pre-Darwinian efforts to understand life.”
“It was the reason Noah had been able eventually to emerge from the Ark and repopulate the world, the Arkon having been destroyed after it wiped out the animals and flowed into the salty seas.”
“It was named for a 19th-century Hungarian physician who was roundly vilified by his colleagues when he asserted that the often-fatal childbed fever could be wiped out if doctors washed their hands in a chlorine solution.”
““Sometimes everything flowed, and other times I was just emotionally wiped out at the end of a session with Stuey, just being able to accomplish whatever the dental task was at the time,” Warchaizer said.”
““What would the man who wiped out the Yanos do with it?””
“Then in 1845, a fungus, Phytophthora infestans, arrived from America and wiped out the entire potato crop.”
“Johnston, having wiped out Patterson, was to send part of his army to Robert Garnett, who was then facing McClellan in western Virginia.”
“Unfortunately, due to an accident of history, James' Church was wiped out during the Jewish Revolt, so the nature of its beliefs must remain a matter for speculation.”
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