Razes [verb]

Definition of Razes:

flatten, knock down; wipe out

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Sentence/Example of Razes:

What, could it be true that they were going to fight again, were going to burn and raze Sedan!

Here an awful blast swept the house, as if to raze it to its foundations.

There were 2,000 houses to raze and new structures to be built.

The only absolutely safe plan is to raze them from the earth.

Then the army was set to work, to raze the city to the ground.

Say, after the war, I'm going there, and I'm just going to raze that place to the ground.

They shall evacuate Epidaurus, and raze the fortification there.

But as well might they have attempted to raze the foundations of the globe itself.

There was nothing to be done but to raze them to the ground.

And it will be well, I trow, to raze the fort to the ground.