Know Your Next Word : expunge
22. expunge :
1. To strike out, erase or mark for deletion
2. to efface, wipe out or destroy
And when the Russian moon program was finally abandoned, the Kremlin spent considerable effort to expunge it from history.
Not only were new data added, but over the centuries old errors were expunged.
I have corrected some factual slips, expunged some repetitions.
Expugne the whole.
All one wants for this exceptional woman is that she be granted 10,000 joys to expunge all the sorrows that have been her life's companion.
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