verb (used with object), e·rased, e·ras·ing.
verb (used without object), e·rased, e·ras·ing.
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OTHER WORDS FROM erase
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH eraseerasable , irascible
Example sentences from the Web for erase
Lady A is in a fight for her life … they don’t realize they’re trying to erase her identity.
It will still have all your old data on it, though, so once you have that extracted to the new drive inside your computer, you’ll want to format and erase the old drive.Rip out your computer’s brain and turn it into an external hard drive|Whitson Gordon|November 10, 2020|Popular Science
I mean, 20 million people could lose their coverage if this law gets erased.A blueprint for whoever wins the presidential election to fix America’s health care mess|jakemeth|November 4, 2020|Fortune
Interest rates are so low that they’ve largely erased the key benefit — income — Treasury bonds are theoretically supposed to provide over stocks.The Fed Saved the Economy but Is Threatening Trillions of Dollars Worth of Middle-Class Retirement|by Allan Sloan|October 21, 2020|ProPublica
If the system was pointing towards the Earth, its future explosion could erase our planet’s ozone layer, exposing all living creatures to the Sun’s ultraviolet radiation.This pair of dancing stars will one day collide and explode|María Paula Rubiano A.|October 16, 2020|Popular Science