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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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perditionper‧di‧tion /pəˈdɪʃən $ pər-/ noun [uncountable] old use  1 RRCpunishment after death2 BADcomplete destruction or failure an alcoholic on the road to perdition
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perditionWilde was now on the brink of perdition.So many of the men looked so young to be traveling that road to perdition.To perdition with the Bamford Hunt and every one of its hounds.
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