- v. Simple past tense and past participle of martyr.
“Her forehead had what Domini secretly called a martyred look.”
“As the days pass, our participants discover and discuss new possibilities of psychophysiological self-regulation - breathing deeply to relax in spite of the anxious anticipation of leading a group for the first time, or to find a calm place from which to encounter memories of family members "martyred" by violence.”
“Jalili said the "martyred" scientist managed to train hundreds of others before his death.”
“The Gardeners mourn their loss and revere such figures as Saint Jacques Cousteau and the "martyred" Saint Dian Fossey, "who gave her life while defending the Gorillas from ruthless exploitation.”
“In other words, if they plead guilty it is not clear they could be executed ( "martyred" in their minds).”
“Qassam himself was "martyred" by British troops in 1935, at the start of the Palestine Revolt, and then largely forgotten until his memory was revived by Hamas.”
“Although those who have been "martyred" because of their passivism have sometimes become role models for others, it is not the principle ruling the world order, nor is martyrdom "just".”
“He said that he understood their sadness and their anger after she was "martyred," in his words, by terrorists in Pakistan.”
“He said he understood their sadness and their anger after she was "martyred," in his words, by terrorists in Pakistan.”
“Mr. Barzani, whose forces joined Turkish troops in operations against the PKK twice in the 1990s told me that thousands of his men were "martyred" attacking camps that even Saddam believed were too well fortified to destroy.”
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