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Definitionthe state of being completely destroyed or forgotten
- I think that if it hadn't been for you, I'd have gone down into oblivion— like poor Cathleen Calvert and so many other people who once had great names, old names.5.53 (39% in)
- The Gelerts and Hundons, evidently apprised of Bullock's departure before his resignation became public, left town abruptly, disappearing into that oblivion from which they had come.5.58 (85% in)
There are no more uses of "oblivion" in Gone with the Wind.
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