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use "oblivion" in a sentence

He believed that the vibrations could become so pure that the audience would "dance themselves into oblivion".

Synopsis oblivion, the enigmatic being with a troubled link to Kyle Rayner and primary antagonist of the story.

In contrast to past games, where the player character
most of the loop track beyond Peachtree Jct.

In battle, the Capricorn Undead possesses a high pitch scream which can obliterate anything.

However, it would not take the artillery long to obliterate it, so that thereafter it became just a name on a map.

In order to stop him, Shinou tried to use what remained of his maryoku to obliterate geneus, destroying himself in the process.

Moreover, one cannot generally achieve good results by naively analyzing and discretizing each variable independently, since this may obliterate the very interactions that we had hoped to discover.

However, the humans are able to take over the ship using the neural connections of the "biosuits" and obliterate the alien fleets.

Part of Thomas' duties as a Venator is to obliterate all knowledge and talk of the Old gods and Demons.

Her spirit is still in thrall to a past she cannot quit and to memories she cannot obliterate, even by living on a knife-edge of risk.

You can destroy (obliterate, atomize, incinerate), but you cannot undo the creation of something.

When the Shadowscythe began their conquest of the universe, the dragons went to war and built 10 Dragonoids that could obliterate whole armadas.

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