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obliteration (n.)

"act of obliterating or effacing, a blotting out or wearing out, fact of being obliterated, extinction," 1650s, from Late Latin obliterationem (nominative obliteratio), noun of action from past-participle stem of obliterare "cause to disappear, blot out (a writing)," figuratively "cause to be forgotten, blot out a remembrance" (see obliterate).

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Definitions of obliteration from WordNet

obliteration (n.)
destruction by annihilating something;
Synonyms: annihilation
obliteration (n.)
the complete destruction of every trace of something;
Synonyms: eradication
From wordnet.princeton.edu