Examples of wipeout in a Sentence
The surfer had a nasty wipeout.
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Another possibility is that many Virginia voters who would have voted for Gillespie stayed home, convinced their votes weren’t needed because polls predicted a wipeout victory.
Its crumbling power grid suffered a total wipeout when Hurricane Maria lashed the island last month.
In China, they can be made of aluminum, which makes them liable to buckle under stress, resulting in serious wipeouts.
More aces and wipeout closers will abound in the National League playoffs.
While some folks rode again, I was exhausted and elected to stay put rather than risk a wipeout on another run.
Tauscher compared this wipeout to the one that took out elm trees several decades ago from Dutch Elm Disease.
That’s what fans have been calling for ever since Woodrum ran for two touchdowns in the wipeout of the Miami Dolphins in the second preseason game.
Jesen Therrien, a hardthrowing righthander with a wipeout slider, moved earlier this month to triple A after dominating at double A.
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Examples of wipe out in a Sentence
he didn't get his gambling under control until he had already wiped out his entire life savings
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Irma subjected Florida’s citrus groves to fruit losses that have wiped out some farmers.
About 1 percent of the Caribbean's gross domestic product is wiped out every year.
By endlessly revisiting the insults and injuries of 600 years, our clan got itself pretty much wiped out in useless conflict.
Two of the world’s cycad species have been wiped out in the wild since 2003
Then Hurricane Maria hit, turning the river into a ferocious torrent that wiped out the concrete bridge connecting the neighborhood to the nearby town of Utuado.
Murray had a miserable night, perhaps best summed up by being blamed for a penalty that wiped out Houston’s fumble recovery in the second quarter.
Why does that date feel very far away and yet hurtling toward me at the orbital speed of an asteroid that wipes out all civilization?
Some 80 percent of Puerto Rico’s crop value has been wiped out.
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wipe out Synonyms
Synonymsabolish, black out, blot out, cancel, clean (up), efface, eradicate, erase, expunge, exterminate, extirpate, liquidate, obliterate, root (out), rub out, snuff (out), stamp (out), sweep (away), annihilate
Related Wordsdecimate, demolish, destroy, devastate, ravage; dismantle, flatten, mow (down), raze, tear down; ruin, total, waste, wreck; blast, blow up, dash, dynamite, smash; atomize, consume, devour, dissolve, fragment, powder, pulverize, shatter, splinter; doom, finish, kill, kill off, terminate, zap; cancel, cut, discard, ditch, eject, excise, expel, jettison, oust, throw out
Near Antonymsconserve, preserve, protect, save; build, construct, create, fabricate, fashion, forge, form, frame, make, manufacture, shape; fix, mend, patch, rebuild, recondition, reconstruct, renew, renovate, repair, restore, revamp
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