Definition of obliterator in English:

obliterator

noun

See obliterate

  • ‘The automated announcer tells you that ‘your ticket must be validated using the obliterators on the platform and failure to do so will result in a fine’ they tell you this after boarding the train.’
  • ‘In this show Margo, Alex and Jerry are the obliterators.’
  • ‘It took writers such as Dostoevsky or Nietzsche, ‘great obliterator [s] of modern false values,’ to stimulate her.’

Pronunciation

obliterator

/əˈblɪtəreɪtə/