Eradicate [verb]

Definition of Eradicate:

destroy; remove

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Sentence/Example of Eradicate:

No effective treatments were discovered by the time the disease was eradicated.

A farmer who aggressively eradicates all the insects on their land might be setting up an invisible desert for birds passing through.

Pakistan is one of the three countries in the world where polio has not been eradicated.

Unless the coronavirus is eradicated everywhere, she said, it will remain a threat to the United States and other countries.

We’ll never go back to the way things were even if the virus is eradicated.

India has marshaled its resources for a nationwide vaccination drive in the past, successfully eradicating polio in 2014 and for its smallpox eradication campaign in the 1970s.

Years of data tell us that it’s incredibly difficult to eradicate an infectious disease even with a highly effective vaccine.

The victory over smallpox was a product of Big Government, with a centralized plan to eradicate that scourge.

Since then, thanks to widespread vaccination campaigns, cases have plummeted by more than 99 percent, and two of the three types of wild poliovirus have been eradicated.

In October, entomologists in Washington state and at the USDA cleverly tracked down and eradicated one nest of the hornets, offering hope for a viable containment plan.