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- adj. With the head removed.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of decapitate.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. having had the head cut off.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having had the head cut off
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All our big fellows have been "decapitated" - & good & a good many fellback into ranks.
He spun, blocking an axe with the scabbard while the long sword decapitated a lich with a cutlass.
But soon enough, Lucy begins to hear and see things – such as decapitated heads laying next to her in bed and nursery rhymes about her actions years ago.
Another climate impact comes faster than predicted: Himalayan glaciers "decapitated"
At least you can take heart in the fact that if any of Labour's big names are 'decapitated' at the elections then they can't get back in via the list.
Fortunately, my hair was saved, like the guy on Grey's Anatomy who was kind of decapitated but they managed to fix him, otherwise my only choices were going to be either shaving it off or wearing a wig!
"When I was in Baltimore, my first year, Bart Scott kind of decapitated him, and he came back in the game," Pryce said.
Makayla said she mustered up more courage this year than last year, which could have been a challenge sitting next to her "decapitated" sister, who wore a homemade headless horseman costume.
Another Charlottesville environmentalist was concerned about coal mining and claimed mountains were being "decapitated" by coal companies to which the Governor firmly stated that he was supportive of the coal industry because of jobs and the energy they provided.
A UN official has said aid workers are dealing with a disaster "like no other" in UN memory because the country had been "decapitated".