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erased

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  1. erased(Adjective)

    having the appearance of being forcibly torn off, with parts left jagged or uneven.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Erased

    of Erase

  2. Erased

    rubbed or scraped out; effaced; obliterated

  3. Erased

    represented with jagged and uneven edges, as is torn off; -- used esp. of the head or limb of a beast. Cf. Couped

Anagrams for erased »

  1. seared

  2. reseda

  3. Red Sea

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of erased in Chaldean Numerology is: 2

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of erased in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7

Examples of erased in a Sentence

  1. Joe Manchin:

    Schumer said. ROMNEY ANNOUNCES HE WILL VOTE TO CONVICT TRUMP IN IMPEACHMENT TRIAL Republicans had long-predicted a bipartisan acquittal, but the last-minute decision by the three robbed Trump of that talking point. With Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, defecting from his party and voting for guilt on one article of impeachment, it was Democrats who celebrated bipartisanship. The vote created a bipartisan impeachment that can never be erased from history, Schumer said. Democrats touted the party unity and praised the House impeachment managers for making a convincing case. There was a bipartisan vote -- even though it wasnt two thirds -- that found President Trump guilty, Stabenow said. Every single Democrat plus one Republican. On Monday, Manchin took to the Senate floor to push for a lighter measure ofcensure againstTrump and he was considered by Republicans one of their best bets for a defection. For his part, Manchin said he prayed on the decision. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP This was the most difficult decision Ive ever had to make, Manchin told reporters afterward. This is not a political vote whatsoever. Its not whether I like the president. Ive always had a good relationship [with Trump], but I love my country, and I have an obligation, responsibilities and my duties to my country. And if I cant explain that then shame on me.

  2. Roger Stone:

    I erased all of the images of your honor because I did not want to make the same mistake twice, you had a choice?

  3. William Garrett Piston:

    He was nearly erased from Confederate history, there were complicated circumstances. But at the bottom it was because of the fact that Longstreet shocked and outraged white Southerners, because he was willing to participate in biracial politics.

  4. Simon Cusack:

    I was there in Rome on the day when German Steffen set the record and I remember thinking back then,' this one is going to stand for a while'. And it did, for the super-suit era, the sooner it can be erased, the better. It was just a tumultuous time in swimming history and what it did at the time was it made a bit of a joke out of world record standards. It really discriminated against the ones who set the previous ones in the old lycra costumes.

  5. China Daily:

    While no one should expect the summit to have ironed out all the differences and erased the deep-seated mistrust between the two long-time foes, it has ignited hopes that they will be finally able to put an end to their hostility and that the long-standing peninsula issues can finally be resolved. These hopes should not be extinguished.

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