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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
(v. t.) To pluck up by the stem or root; to root out; to eradicate, to destroy wholly; as, to extirpate weeds; to extirpate a tumor; to extirpate a sect; to extirpate error or heresy.
1842. exolethreuo -- to destroy utterly
... destroy. From ek and olothreuo; to extirpate -- destroy. see GREEK ek. see GREEK
olothreuo. (exolethreuthesetai) -- 1 Occurrence. 1841, 1842. ...
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Strong's Hebrew
6789. tsamath -- to put an end to, exterminate
... consume, cut off, destroy, vanish. A primitive root; to extirpate (literally or
figuratively) -- consume, cut off, destroy, vanish. 6788, 6789. ...
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Impressive Phrases
... equivocal, uncertain, cloudy, and ambiguous. eradicate, extirpate, exterminate,
and annihilate [extirpate = pull up by the roots]. ...
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We who are Without Fear Ourselves are not Seeking to Frighten You. ...
... once when we confess. In doing your utmost to extirpate us, if that is your
object, it is innocence you assail. But how many rulers ...
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Species, or Units of Nature.
... Are millions of years adequate as a cause, when associated with all the forces
known in nature, to produce new species and extirpate old ones? ...
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Knox's Intrigues, and his Account of Them, 1559
... Their purpose was, not by any means to secure toleration and freedom of conscience,
but to extirpate the religion to which they were opposed. ...
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The Changed Life
... By taking one at a time and crucifying it steadily, I hope in the end to extirpate
all." To this, unfortunately, there are four objections. ...
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Against Atheism and Infidelity.
... This evil comes upon us from the works of a few solemn blockheads, that meet together
with the zeal and seriousness of apostles, to extirpate common sense, and ...
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To Pastors and Teachers
... It is the conquest of the heart alone that can extirpate those dreadful vices which
are so predominant, such as drunkenness, blasphemy, lewdness, envy, and ...
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The Scriptures
... they have not been lost. The Word of God has never wanted enemies to oppose,
and, if possible, to extirpate it. They have given out ...
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I Relate all those Things on the Authority of Well-Informed ...
... earth, He deigned to collect again and to restore His flock, partly laid waste by
ravenous wolves, and partly scattered abroad, and to extirpate those noxious ...
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After Eutropius Having Been Found Outside the Church had Been ...
... give diligent heed to the study of the Scriptures: for if thou doest this the Scripture
will expel thy despondency, and engender pleasure, extirpate vice, and ...
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Extirpate (1 Occurrence)
... Noah Webster's Dictionary (vt) To pluck up by the stem or root; to root out; to
eradicate, to destroy wholly; as, to extirpate weeds; to extirpate a tumor; to ...
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Extinguished (14 Occurrences)

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Uproot (17 Occurrences)
... Noah Webster's Dictionary (vt) To root up; to tear up by the roots; to remove
utterly; to eradicate; to extirpate. Multi-Version Concordance ...
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Weed (3 Occurrences)
... 10. (vt) To take away, as noxious plants; to remove, as something hurtful; to extirpate.
11. (vt) To free from anything hurtful or offensive. 12. ...
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Root (54 Occurrences)
... 18. (vt) To tear up by the root; to eradicate; to extirpate; -- with up, out,
or away. Int. Standard Bible Encyclopedia. DAVID, ROOT OF. ...
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Esther (48 Occurrences)
... Soon after this he gave Haman the Agagite, his prime minister, power and authority
to kill and extirpate all the Jews throughout the Persian empire. ...
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Exterminate (8 Occurrences)
... 2. (vt) To destroy utterly; to cut off; to extirpate; to annihilate; to root out;
as, to exterminate a colony, a tribe, or a nation; to exterminate error or ...
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Extirpated (2 Occurrences)
... Noah Webster's Dictionary (imp. & pp) of Extirpate. Multi-Version Concordance
Extirpated (2 Occurrences). Matthew 15:13 But he answered ...
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Molech (16 Occurrences)
... 3. The Worship in the Prophets: Even Josiah's thorough reformation failed to extirpate
the Molech-worship, and it revived and continued till the destruction of ...
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Persecution (22 Occurrences)
... queen, were united the fiercest and sternest qualities inherent in the old Semitic
race", sought in the most relentless manner to extirpate the worship of ...
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