Eradicate

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Eradicate

To completely do away with something, eliminate it, end its existence.
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Yes, he and Eradicate were having an argument about who should move a heavy casting from one of the shops.
The seeds of constant association had, unknown to herself, taken deep root, and it was not in the power of Anna Miller to eradicate impressions which had been fastened by the example of the aunt, and cherished by the society of her cousin.
He is mixed with the blood of the Indians, you have heard; and neither the refinements of education nor the advantages of our excellent liturgy have been able entirely to eradicate the evil.
Four of these five things were vices which the "Shikarris" objected to and set themselves to eradicate.