annihilate in a sentence

use annihilate in a sentence

annihilate;

[verb] kill in large numbers; destroy completely;

U.S. and British warplanes annihilated a military communications facility in southern Iraq this morning.

The framework for the house had just been completed when a fire annihilated the building.

There are bombs, which if dropped on a city would annihilate everything in an area of 250 square miles.

The dropping of the atom bomb on Hiroshima signaled the beginning of an era in which man has become capable of annihilating all life on our planet.

In 1773, an earthquake annihilated Antigua, the capital of Guatemala, so a new capital, Guatemala City, was founded three years later.

In 1953, a huge storm resulted in the flooding of the entire province of Zeeland in Holland, drowning 1,800 people, and completely annihilating 130 towns.

In the year 850, Danish invaders annihilated the first London Bridge.

World leaders today have the power to annihilate all life on Earth.

He hated himself and used booze., drugs and violence to try to annihilate himself.