Sentences Containing 'annihilate'
They endeavoured, therefore, to annihilate his trade altogether.
Any public calamity which should destroy the republican form of government, which should throw the whole administration into the hands of nobles and of soldiers, which should annihilate altogether the importance of those wealthy merchants, would soon render it disagreeable to them to live in a country where they were no longer likely to be much respected.
If it could be proved that any part of the structure of any one species had been formed for the exclusive good of another species, it would annihilate my theory, for such could not have been produced through natural selection.
I do not pretend that the facts given in this chapter strengthen in any great degree my theory; but none of the cases of difficulty, to the best of my judgment, annihilate it.
Pay him at once without another word; if not, by the God that rules us I will make an end of you, and annihilate you on the spot; release him instantly."
Our presence bestows not being on it: our absence does not annihilate it.
Bereave matter of all its intelligible qualities, both primary and secondary, you in a manner annihilate it, and leave only a certain unknown, inexplicable _something_, as the cause of our perceptions; a notion so imperfect, that no sceptic will think it worth while to contend against it.
It has reappeared to annihilate me, all through my life, in connexion with all kinds of subjects.
More Vocab Words::: incidental - not essential; minor; N: something incidental
::: secular - worldly; not pertaining to church matters or religion; temporal
::: overblown - inflated; exaggerated
::: mannered - affected; not natural; Ex. mannered way of speech
::: incongruity - lack of harmony; absurdity; ADJ. incongruous: lacking in harmony; inappropriate
::: unmitigated - (of something bad) not moderated; unrelieved or immoderate; without qualification; absolute; Ex. unmitigated disaster
::: inscrutable - difficult to understand; impenetrable; not readily understood; mysterious
::: draconian - extremely severe; Ex. draconian punishment; CF. Draco: Athenian politician
::: taunt - deride or provoke; challenge in derision; N.
::: effrontery - rudeness without any sense of shame; shameless boldness; presumptousness; nerve; cheek