Oblivion in a sentence as a noun

Now both companies and both platforms are teetering on the edge of oblivion.

"Key business decisions like which small farmer to sue into oblivion?

Every single comment would be downvoted to oblivion if it were posted here.

That's what stops you from even starting to build a Smartphone of your own - you'd violate dozens of patents and be sued into oblivion.

If you want to be sued into utter oblivion and live on the streets with a nonexistent social safety net I guess it's all right.

Since I'm the only one in the thread who actually knows what they're talking about, naturally this will get downvoted to oblivion.

I'm amazed you haven't deleted this post considering it must have been down-voted into oblivion.

Wow. If jwz was to report a bug, even on a project I did write or maintain back in the days and that did since then fall into oblivion, I'd still get all excited!I mean, seriously, how can someone get an email / FB message / whatever from jwz and not even read the damn bug report!

Google can be ideologically pure about patents being evil and subsequently get sued to oblivion, or they can acknowledged the current reality and fight it while staying safe themselves.

Oblivion definitions


the state of being disregarded or forgotten

See also: limbo


total forgetfulness; "he sought the great oblivion of sleep"

See also: obliviousness