would exterminate

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  • These creatures are necessary, and such a law would exterminate them in a few months. Cited from Antonina, by Wilkie Collins
  • Sir, they would exterminate the human race in a single generation, by a voluntary suicide! Cited from Hypatia, by Charles Kingsley
  • If you would exterminate this religion now, there is fear that disturbance should be created among your own retainers. Cited from Japan, by Lafcadio Hearn
  • He even went as far as to say that "the German government would exterminate Jews if they had the opportunity".
  • The intermission of a single season of a vegetable life and growth on the earth would exterminate our own and all the animal races. Cited from Arbor Day Leaves, by N.H. Egleston
  • He would exterminate it, but he would not so do it as to impoverish law- abiding citizens whose property was in slaves. Cited from The Life of Abraham Lincoln, by Henry Ketcham
  • The Sheliak are a non-humanoid species with little regard for human life and would exterminate any humans found in their path.
  • It soon became apparent that, unless checked, they would exterminate the population and burn or otherwise destroy their settlements. Cited from The Life and Adventures of Kit Carson, by De Witt C. Peters
  • "But surely the negroes have sense enough to know that the whites would exterminate them within a week." Cited from An Arkansas Planter, by Opie Percival Read
  • Imagine the extreme case of as many species as individuals in England, and the first severe winter or very dry summer would exterminate thousands on thousands of species. Cited from Origin of Species, 6th Ed., by Charles Darwin
  • The one would conquer a powerful enemy, the other would exterminate a despicable and dangerous pest. Cited from Vanguards of the Plains, by Margaret McCarter
  • The Ancient Greeks, being pious, would exterminate all uprising or rebellion against the gods.
  • Sometimes his emotions would mount into fury, and he would approach me in a menacing attitude, and lift his hand as if he would exterminate me at a blow. Cited from Arthur Mervyn, by Charles Brockden Brown
  • An official in Louisiana declared that the whites would exterminate the Negroes if the Bureau were removed. Cited from The Sequel of Appomattox by Walter Lynwood Fleming
  • Besides, the greatest miracle on record, was wrought to save a portion of those very Canaanites, and for the destruction of those who would exterminate them. Cited from The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Omnibus, by American Anti-Slavery Society
  • In the coronation oath of the King was a clause promising that he would exterminate all heretics. Cited from Little Journeys. . .Great Reformers, by Hubbard
  • He sighed for the old times when men fought for the pleasure of the thing, just as they hunted; whereas nowadays people were convinced that they would exterminate one another at the very first engagement. Cited from Three Cities: Paris, Vol. 3, by Emile Zola
  • It would be folly to do otherwise, and if those who would exterminate the fur seal by shooting them in the water will not desist for the telling, then they must by the compelling. Cited from The Extermination of the American Bison, by William T. Hornaday
  • The argument is, that the evil of slavery is incurable; that the attempt to eradicate it would commence a struggle which would exterminate one race or the other. Cited from The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Omnibus, by American Anti-Slavery Society
  • He can weary the strongest horse, he can outrun the swiftest stag, he can bear extremes of heat and cold hunger and thirst, which would exterminate every known living thing. Cited from The Story of My Heart, by Richard Jefferies
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