Examples of wipeout in a Sentence
The surfer had a nasty wipeout.
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One of the wipeouts took down medal contender Marianne St-Gelais of Canada in the 1,500 semifinals.
So far, the results have been mixed: a nail-biting, 3-1 victory against a gritty Finland team and a 5-0 wipeout of an overmatched Russian side.
There were so many wipeouts – cuts, scrapes and bruises.
Tuesday’s game was hardly a wipeout from start to finish.
Conventional wisdom and media hopes are now combining to warn us of what is shaping up as a Trump wipeout in the 2018 midterms.
On the way down, some cyclists would ride too fast and risk swinging into the oncoming lane, or worse, with a flat tire or malfunctioning front brake, face a dangerous wipeout.
Jones’s victory portended the head winds facing Republicans in the 2018 midterm elections, coming just a month after a historic Republican wipeout in the battleground state of Virginia.
Jones's victory portended the head winds facing Republicans in the 2018 midterm elections, coming just a month after a historic Republican wipeout in the battleground state of Virginia.
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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
Recent Examples of wipe out from the Web
The jobs report is incredibly noisy, swinging wildly from month to month, and one month’s gains in jobs or wages can easily be wiped out in the next.
Imagine a drug that, a month after a single intravenous dose, wipes out all evidence of leukemia in 80 percent of deathly ill children who receive it.
Roughly Speaking episode 352: Almost wiped out centuries ago by fur trappers, beavers have made a comeback in North America, including the Mid-Atlantic and the Chesapeake Region.
But, even though a cluster of euro-bro EDM clubs and a Sweetgreen have all but wiped out the remnants of hipster civilization, somehow Union Pool endures.
But the deal came at exactly the wrong moment, as the Great Recession wiped out demand for Runco's high-end products, and Planar eventually retired the brand.
Evans felt the Red Raiders had gone passive early in the second half as South Carolina wiped out an eight-point deficit to take the lead.
The two teams were scheduled to play each other this past season until the flooding rains from Hurricane Harvey wiped out the early portion of each team's respective schedules.
About 400 sea otters were reintroduced to Southeast in the early 1960s after being nearly wiped out by fur traders.
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wipe out Synonyms
abolish, annihilate, 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);
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