eradicator eradicator


  • (n) someone who exterminates (especially someone whose occupation is the extermination of troublesome rodents and insects)



  1. They have been confident that neither false entry nor ink eradicator could juggle the electronic accounts.
  2. OWI hastily blotted the extra l with ink eradicator.
  3. Epsom salts, cold pills, a bottle of paregoric, ink eradicator, adhesive-tape remover, vitamin pills.



  1. ...Roddick said Body Shop is about more than just animal testing and that a benefit to joining with L'Oreal is that Body Shop will be able to teach L'Oreal about issues such as "community trade, which is the best poverty eradicator in the...
    on Mar 17, 2006 By: Anita Roddick Source:

  2. "Using science which we mere mortals cannot even understand, the Eradicator put Superman in a Kryptonian rejuvenation matrix that massaged him back to life," said DC Comics editor Mike Carlin, explaining the hero's return.
    on Nov 24, 2008 By: Mike Carlin Source: BBC News

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