Riegner warned the Allies that Berlin had a plan to exterminate all Jews in countries occupied or controlled by Germany.
I think your efforts also may rival that of Germany's Adolf Hitler in his attempt to exterminate an entire race of people.
Next was World War II: machine enabled Hitler, who in turn attempted to exterminate an entire people.
Despite having the nickname “the exterminator,” DeLay did not try to exterminate wasteful spending when in power.
“We expect the regime to try to exterminate us all,” he said.
The following summer witnessed the most desperate attempt of all to exterminate the inmates of at least one of the Legations.
Shepherds have entered into a conspiracy to exterminate the wolves.
They had determined to exterminate them in an execrable horrible way—by poison!
We will not attack you as Voltaire did; we will not exterminate you; we shall explain you.
"We did not exterminate the inhabitants of India," said Harold Smith, angrily.
1540s, "drive away," from Latin exterminatus, past participle of exterminare "drive out, expel, drive beyond boundaries," also, in Late Latin "destroy," from phrase ex termine "beyond the boundary," from ex- "out of" (see ex-) + termine, ablative of termen "boundary, limit, end" (see terminus).
Meaning "destroy utterly" is from 1640s in English, a sense found in equivalent words in French and in the Vulgate; earlier in this sense was extermine (mid-15c.). Related: Exterminated; exterminating.