from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Relating to matricide, the killing of a mother.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to matricide.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to matricide, or a person guilty of matricide.
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What emerges is a picture of London that is like a mix of Peter Ackroyd and Edgar Allan Poe and that involves reported encounters with nocturnal litter-collectors on the underground as well as ghostly waifs and even a teenage, matricidal psychopath.
•When it comes to strange and unexpected guests, it's hard to top Family Guy's matricidal baby Stewie, who pops up tonight in a clever repeat from Bones (Fox, 8 ET/PT).
You are not only fratricidal, but matricidal, ecocidal and suicidal, dangerously in denial, certifiable, a maniacal, omnicidal menace not only to yourself and other animals, but all of the life on the planet.
For centuries, she has lived and acted upon her matricidal desires.
OpEdNews - Article: Yes, we're matricidal: Murdering Mother Earth one forest, one species and one atom at a time
Last night, I posted information on the "Hind of Hinds" – Hind al-Hunud, who battled Mohammed and the spread of his matricidal religion, Mohammedism a/k/a Islam.
The signs are pointing toward the secluded new age research facility of Jason and Juliet Finch, who live with their troubled — and possibly matricidal — thirteen-year-old niece.
My siblings were Eve, Bethany, and the matricidal Daniel.
In two of these books matricidal small boys play a prominent part, and in a third an adolescent very nearly stabs the sweet old lady next door with a carving knife.
Victory in such a matricidal strife would be as fatal to the first-born of liberty as defeat.
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