Not to mention his infamous photo of the annihilation of a $100,000 Birkin bag.
As the Anti-Defamation League notes, this narrative entails “the annihilation of Jews…who refuse to convert at Armageddon.”
Even if it wants a nuclear weapon, it does not want to invite its own annihilation by using one.
Fat Boy, like the atomic bomb, is both a miracle of human ingenuity and a force of annihilation.
Besides, the atomic topic of the day centered on the Cold War and our possible, if not probable, annihilation by Soviet nukes.
Itll take that long for us to arrange the annihilation of the range area.
Perhaps there may also be the idea of collective responsibility for his annihilation.
Only one way is open: the road which leads forward, the road to annihilation.
Thus the annihilation of the perceptible involves that of perception.
Nothing could be more propitious for the execution of his plans; the annihilation of the woman who had wrecked his life.
1630s, from Middle French annihilation (restored from Old French anichilacion, 14c.), or directly from Late Latin annihilationem (nominative annihilatio), noun of action from past participle stem of annihilare (see annihilate).