Government activism on behalf of the common man was an unforgivable sin to be extirpated from the body politic.
The tradition, he explained, of that ill-famed forest of Velletri, now extirpated.
It should be guided and restrained, but can never be extirpated.
It must accept life on that condition or be extirpated as destructive vermin by the plundered farmer.
Many other practices of this kind may then have prevailed and have since then been extirpated.
No precarious legal personality was attributed to the family, the village, and the hui, which could be extirpated by a mere edict.
Mahdism had been more than "smashed," it had been all but extirpated.
Let us hope that venal legislation at Washington will be extirpated by the rise of this beautiful custom.
They are driven into the wilderness or, it may be, extirpated.
In a man 44 years of age the spleen was extirpated on account of a large splenic cyst.