American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The act or an instance of wiping out.
- n. Complete destruction.
- n. Sports A fall, as from a surfboard or bicycle.
- n. The action of the verb "wipe out"
- n. a spill in some sport (as a fall from a bicycle or while skiing or being capsized on a surfboard)
- n. an event (or the result of an event) that completely destroys something
- wipe + out (Wiktionary)
“The impact explosion that comes after the first wipeout is breathtaking.”
“Strategist Joe Trippi compared the fiscal discipline posturing to former President Bill Clinton's strategy after his party's 1994 midterm wipeout -- a strategy that paid off with his reelection victory two years later.”
“Wall Street’s wipeout is taking its toll on Ground Zero, sparking fears that a forest of empty towers could rise on the 16-acre site.”
“Adding to the wipeout was her gunslinging teammate, Julia Mancuso, who claimed the silver medal at the event by the even more preposterous margin of 0.9 second.”
“Due to his efforts, what could have been a wipeout is a simple defeat - the Republicans live to fight another day.”
“It was rebuilt for about $500,000, completed its trials and was accepted by the Navy, but the wipeout was the beginning of the end.”
“I added a block titled wipeout to the major station label style.”
“But party chairman Harriet Harman merely called the wipeout "disappointing" as she acknowledged the party had borne the brunt of public outrage over MPs 'expenses.”
“MJ hi guys, i forgot to mention. you guys should check out "wipeout" and "i survived a japanese game show" both shows are on abc tuesdays from 8-10 and they are hi-larious even though they're reality they're pretty funny and dont take themselves too seriously, keep up the good work :D”
“Andrew, naturally, had to holler "WHOOOAAAA!!!" the entire time he ran and punctuate his run with the occasional "wipeout" on the floor.”
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