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  • v. To euthanize.

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Examples

  • We euthanatize hundreds of thousands of domesticated animals every year in shelters across this country because of irresponsible owners not spaying or neutering.

    Of KFC, PETA, Potholes and Ruffled Feathers - The Lede Blog - NYTimes.com

  • Are there people here who get exercised about the difference between the words "euthanize" and "euthanatize"?

    Socks died.

  • Kill jars were used to euthanatize lab mice after they'd served their purpose in research labs.

    When the Wind Blows

  • I rubbed her back and told her that I would have to euthanatize the doe, but if its baby could be saved, there would be a lot of work to do.

    When the Wind Blows

  • I board so I do not have hands on control, but I do have my horse vaccinated with the new / trial vacc no food sources, trap and euthanatize

    TheHorse.com News

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