verb (used with object), e·rad·i·cat·ed, e·rad·i·cat·ing.
Origin of eradicate
Examples from the Web for eradication
Simply put, their eradication could have a major effect on the global span of life far beyond the marine habitat.Artist Jason deCaires Taylor’s Underwater Sculptures Are a Sight to Sea|Justin Jones|April 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Is calling for the eradication of Israel—subtly or overtly—potentially injurious?'Disappearing Palestine' Vancouver Bus Ads Rile Jewish Organizations|Mira Sucharov|August 29, 2013|DAILY BEAST
However both countries are committed to finishing the eradication.
The eradication campaign has inspired all sorts of paranoid theories, especially among less-educated Pakistanis.
He will have for what he pleads, through the eradication of disease.
And incalculably the more difficult and dangerous will be the task of its eradication.Feminism and Sex-Extinction|Arabella Kenealy
It is the regulation, not the eradication, of this appetite that is practical.An American Four-In-Hand in Britain|Andrew Carnegie
And it was to the eradication of Materialism that, from that moment, I dedicated myself.
Another preventive measure of great economic and sanitary importance is the eradication of tuberculosis in cattle.State of the Union Addresses of Calvin Coolidge|Calvin Coolidge
Striking at the principal existing evil, which was indifference, he aimed to show the only method for the eradication of them all.