One can submit a
removal request in the Google search console associated to one's web app.
Moreover, there's an option to provide a url pattern as well (instead of just a specific url). This allows a web master to remove multiple urls via a single entry. This is called
Remove all URLs with this prefix in the search console.
So for instance, if a dynamic website has 10,000 urls of the sort
example.com/user/john-doe3, .... and so one, the webmaster can use the aforementioned option to remove all 10,000 urls via simply submitting
example.com/user/ and selecting
Remove all URLs with this prefix.
However, what if a dynamic website has a large pool of urls of the sort
example.com/john-doe3/profile, ... and so on. How can this large pool be removed via the search console? Is there currently no way to do this in bulk?