1 blankness, blackness, darkness, obscurity, nothingness, nihility, anonymity, extinction, non-existence, void, limbo:
The rock band enjoyed brief fame, then sank into oblivion.
2 unawareness, obliviousness, forgetfulness, heedlessness, disregard, unconsciousness, insensibility:
I sank back into the sweet oblivion of deep sleep.
VERB + OBLIVION
fade into, fall into, pass into, sink into, slide into | be rescued from, be saved from
a minor masterpiece, saved from oblivion
| consign to
Most of his work has now been consigned to oblivion.
He died in oblivion in a remote village.
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