Grammar Patterns

into N

The 'oblivion' group

These nouns refer to a loss of order, existence, or awareness.
There's now a real danger that the country will slip into anarchy.
The film may go on to make a fortune, or it may sink into oblivion after that initial heady rush.
Then the dim bridge went black and he slipped into unconsciousness.
  • into anarchy
  • into confusion
  • into decay
  • into liquidation
  • into nothingness
  • into oblivion
  • into unconsciousness
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