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Spell check of extirpation

Correct spelling: extirpation

Synonyms:
displacement, excommunication, wreckage, extermination, confinement, abolishment, alienation, obliteration, extradition, aloofness, captivity, anonymity, seclusion, reclusion, vaporization, exile, liquidation, detachment, cutting out, crimes, ostracism, segregation, holocaust, rejection, desolation, loneliness, excision, eradication, apartheid, misanthropy, cut, removal, deletion, xenophobia, help, elimination, isolation, banishment, solitude, extinction, standoffishness, aloneness, expatriation, ablation, disintegration, annihilation, devastation, ejection, deracination, make, extinguishment, separation, deportation, exclusion, destruction, decimation.

Examples of usage:

1) The awful mortality from famine and pestilence was regarded with a kind of chastened and reverential gratitude, as an unexpected interference of Providence for the extirpation of the hated race. - "The Evolution of Sinn Fein", Robert Mitchell Henry.

2) From their kinsmen in the northwest, Beric learned that a new propraetor had arrived to replace Suetonius, for it was reported that the wholesale severity of the latter was greatly disapproved of in Rome, so that his successor had come out with orders to pursue a milder policy, and to desist from the work of extirpation that Suetonius was carrying on. - "Beric the Briton A Story of the Roman Invasion", G. A. Henty.

3) And yet if I know my heart, it is not because I have gained a selfish solitary good; but because I live in an age when light begins to appear even in regions that have hitherto been thick darkness; and that I myself am so highly fortunate as to be able to contribute to the great the universal cause; the progress of truth, the extirpation of error, and the general perfection of mind! - "Anna St. Ives", Thomas Holcroft.

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