Word of the Day: Oblivion

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Oblivion is the state of forgetting or being oblivious.

According to dictionary.reference.com, word origin:

C14: via Old French from Latin oblīviō forgetfulness, from oblīviscī to forget

My sentences using the word of the day:

^ She figured she must have been drugged. The bad man must have slipped a sedative into her drink hence the reason why she was in complete oblivion and unaware of her surroundings.

^ After his wife left him for a better life, Raj drank himself into oblivion for weeks on end.

^ The abandoned town was finally bulldozed into oblivion to make way for a strip mall.

Have fun using oblivion in your writing.

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