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annihilate
used in Anna Karenina

4 uses
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Definition
to completely destroy or defeat
  • "According to that, if my senses are annihilated, if my body is dead, I can have no existence of any sort?" he queried.
    Part One (21% in)
  • She was weeping that her dream of her position being made clear and definite had been annihilated forever.
    Part Three (49% in)
  • In order to work out the whole subject theoretically and to complete his book, which, in Levin's daydreams, was not merely to effect a revolution in political economy, but to annihilate that science entirely and to lay the foundation of a new science of the relation of the people to the soil, all that was left to do was to make a tour abroad, and to study on the spot all that had been done in the same direction, and to collect conclusive evidence that all that had been done there was...
    Part Three (92% in)
  • "I am crushed, I am annihilated, I am no longer a man!" said Alexey Alexandrovitch, letting go her hand, but still gazing into her brimming eyes.
    Part Five (64% in)

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