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1. obliviate (third-person singular simple present Obliviates, present participle obliviating, simple past and past participle obliviated) (transitive) To forget; to wipe from existence.

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2. Obliviates are a type of tech-heresy within the Adeptus Mechanicus, one that is considered an abomination to the Inquisition

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3. Synonyms for Obliviates include forgets, disremembers, misrecollects, unlearns, fails to recall, lets slip, clean forgets, fails to remember, consigns to oblivion and dismisses from mind

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4. How to say Obliviates in English? Pronunciation of Obliviates with 1 audio pronunciation and more for Obliviates.

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5. Obliviates are empty shells, living on after the soul is consigned to nothingness

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6. Hereteks further augment Obliviates with crudely implanted blades and metal fangs, so as to use them like attack animals

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7. Obliviates: "Fortunately, some are born with spiritual immune systems that sooner or later give rejection to the illusory worldview grafted upon them from birth through social conditioning

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8. The Crime is also referenced by The Silver Book, which deals with the Obliviates' prohibition on heterosexual intercourse, as a "furious danger" which may result from such relations

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9. Steve Dowling & The Obliviates

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10. Steve Dowling put the Obliviates together to record an album of his songs in 2011

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11. At the beginning of the 7th book, Hermione Granger Obliviates her parents' memories of her and themselves and makes them think they want to move to Australia

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12. Steve Dowling and The Obliviates, Bladnoch, Dumfries And Galloway, United Kingdom

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13. 241 Obliviates (By Albus Dumbledore and Bellatrix Lestrange) 124 Crucios (By Albus Dumbledore and Tom Riddle Jr) 426 Imperious (By Albus Dumbledore, Molly Weasley and Bellatrix Lestrange) # of Vaults: Prince = 2

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14. Steve Dowling put the Obliviates together to record an album of his songs in 2011

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15. The swooping evil venom Obliviates bad memories

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16. Obliviates are empty shells, living on after the soul is consigned to nothingness

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17. Iron-clad hereteks paraded those who once spoke against their master: the newly made Obliviates were leashed and naked---bloody, drooling, and empty-eyed.

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18. Listen to Austerity by Steve Dowling & The Obliviates on Apple Music

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19. Günter & Hanké bring to you a versatile collection of Bluetooth speakers and earphones for an unparalleled music experience, that Obliviates the world without

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20. Structural Analysis on "Hermione Obliviates Her Parents" by Alexandre Desplat

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21. Time Obliviates touch, numbness I left in thy crust I see the pain in your eyes, eating you from deep inside Guiding you to the scenes you've seen, again they light the torch of misery

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22. Probably Obliviates people who saw him, or uses muggle repelling charms

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23. Steve Dowling & The Obliviates · Album · 2015 · 9 songs.

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24. Similarly, when Gilderoy Lockhart Obliviates his victims, …

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25. It clears the output screen or 'Obliviates' it :P

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What does obliviated mean?

Obliviate. definitions. (0) To forget, to wipe from existence. verb.

What does obliviate mean?

Obliviate meaning To forget, to wipe from existence.

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What does obviate mean?

ob·vi·ate. (ŏb′vē-āt′) tr.v. ob·vi·at·ed, ob·vi·at·ing, ob·vi·ates. To keep from happening or render unnecessary. See Synonyms at prevent. [Latin obviāre, obviāt-, to hinder, from obvius, in the way; see obvious .]