• WordNet 3.6
    • n wipeout a spill in some sport (as a fall from a bicycle or while skiing or being capsized on a surfboard)
    • n wipeout an event (or the result of an event) that completely destroys something
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Let's Hit the Beach and " Wipeout .".
Self-Storage Manager Appears on TV's ' Wipeout ' Feb 24.
Retail web surfing may be headed for a wipeout .
Today we talked with John Henson, the co-host for Wipeout on ABC.
After all, no blood, no wipeout .
If it doesn't hurt, it's not really a wipeout .
The wipeout is at the end.
Wipeout ' Game Show Saves Pastor's Life.
ABC's Wipeout Remains the New Hit of the Summer.
Real Estate Wave Helps An IPO Avoid A Tech Wipeout .
Critic's Corner Thursday: Ernest Borgnine salute, ' Wipeout '.
Pay-to-Surf Model Takes a Wipeout .
Let's watch idiots wipeout on waterslides.
No natural food, total wipeout of newborns predicted.
Twenty-four competitors on a large obstacle course will be the basis for a program to be named " Wipeout .".