So too, could it encourage population booms, or wipe out millions through starvation and destruction.
I am stuck in the trauma of Hamas's ongoing calls to wipe out Israel and the Jews.
First, wipe out the heading that says “employment” and substitute “professional experience.”
Experts at first thought the epidemic might wipe out a third of the population.
The trucking roads make it easier for predators to wipe out prey.
I desired to wipe out the past by some large and munificent return.
If only we could wipe out this one lot we could prepare to defend ourselves.
The Mexican's face brightened somewhat, but it would take more than that to wipe out the insult of the blow.
He meant to wipe out the memory of past failures in one sweep.
Wash and dry all the small articles and wipe out and refill the water pitcher.
To force oneself to stop smirking or joking; stop larking •Very often a stern command: Wipe it off, Mister, this is no comic routine (WWII armed forces)
To win; prevail: De Bird of Time will win out in a walk (1896+)
To be wrecked, ruined, finished; get it in the neck, SHOOT someone DOWN