oblivion

noun
ADJECTIVE
political
total
VERB + OBLIVION
fade into, fall into, pass into, sink into, slide into
rescue sb/sth from, save sb/sth from

a minor masterpiece, saved from oblivion

consign sb/sth to

Most of his work has now been consigned to oblivion.

PREPOSITION
in oblivion

He died in oblivion.


Collocations dictionary. 2013.

Synonyms:
(Oblivion refers especially to the thing forgotten) / ,


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