Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The act of electricuting. Also electrocution.

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Examples

  • Chaining, pummeling, beating to death, use of dogs, electricution simulations, batons in the rectums of detainees.

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  • Why risk electricution for a Sporting News featuring Boris Becker?

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  • The Death penalty Ha Ha got what you deserve electricution!

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  • Risk of electricution, battiery risk for overheating and exploding, limited range, expensive materials, increased pedestrian risk, plug standardization, ect .....

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  • According to the BBC, the invention complies with slaughter regulations for animals such as cows and sheep, and that it's only a fraction of a second of electricution before they're knocked unconscious.

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  • Lead singer Andrew James Hamilton wryly told fans that he was hoping to avoid electricution and performed the entire set with a cloth cover draped over his microphone.

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  • What a shame there’s no chance of accidental electricution!

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  • I was terrified to let my sons mow the lawn when they were younger, but I didn’t want them sitting on their asses while I was working, so I had one raking and the other following me around with the wire over my head — I have a horror of electricution too.

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  • (that and the barbed wire he landed on.) 5 minutes ago, -0 / +2He actually survived the electricution and the fall.

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