With my thumb and finger I annihilated the laborious monuments of centuries, and saw havoc and desolation in our wake.
My will was annihilated; not a fiber of flesh obeyed my bidding.
He was playing a critical and most dangerous game, in which he must triumph or be annihilated.
Whence the conclusion is that the souls of men are not annihilated by death.
In his indignation he looked as if he could have annihilated me.
The First Corps was thus compelled to follow, or be annihilated.
He said that on account of that terrible storm, which annihilated them, there have been no buffalo in that region since.
There were times on the retreat when it seemed the troops would be cut off and annihilated.
A mere whiff of the monster's breath and he would have been snuffed out, annihilated in an instant.
Indeed, if the enemy had not fired too high, the column might have been annihilated.
1520s, from an obsolete adjective meaning "reduced to nothing" (late 14c.), originally the past participle of a verb, anihil, from Old French annichiler (14c.), from Late Latin annihilare "to reduce to nothing," from Latin ad- "to" (see ad-) + nihil "nothing" (see nil). Related: Annihilated; annihilating.
Very drunk or drugged: After such a bad week, she just wanted to get annihilated