eradicator : Definition, Usages, News and More

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

  • A "commercial eradicator," which Conn invented, does the trick.
  • They have been confident that neither false entry nor ink eradicator could juggle the electronic accounts.
  • OWI hastily blotted the extra l with ink eradicator.

  • Anita Roddick in
    ...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...
  • Mike Carlin in BBC News
    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.

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