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oblivion
used in Anna Karenina

2 uses
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Definition
the state of being completely forgotten

or:

the state of being completely destroyed — typically so as to no longer exist

or:

a state of having lost all sense of what is going on — as during sleep or use of some drugs
  • There had been a period of repose, and he had sunk into oblivion.
    Part Seven (45% in)
  • And every time he was brought back from a moment of oblivion by a scream reaching him from the bedroom, he fell into the same strange terror that had come upon him the first minute.
    Part Seven (44% in)

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