But they were yet separated from Him by the unobliterated fact of sin.
All the way, in the blinding, whirling snow, I traced the unobliterated prints of a small fairy foot.
For my point never was that any Australian tribe had a pure theistic conception unsoiled and unobliterated by myth and buffoonery.
Branchial cysts are formed by the distension of an isolated and unobliterated portion of one of the branchial clefts.
c.1600, from Latin obliteratus, past participle of obliterare "cause to disappear, blot out, erase, efface," figuratively "cause to be forgotten," from ob "against" (see ob-) + littera (also litera) "letter, script" (see letter (n.)); abstracted from phrase literas scribere "write across letters, strike out letters." Related: Obliterated; obliterating.
obliterate o·blit·er·ate (ə-blĭt'ə-rāt', ō-blĭt'-)
v. o·blit·er·at·ed, o·blit·er·at·ing, o·blit·er·ates
To remove an organ or another body part completely, as by surgery, disease, or radiation.
To blot out, especially through filling of a natural space by fibrosis or inflammation.