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  • adj. Of or pertaining to filicide.


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  • They are threaded through with magic-realist sequences (fur-coated Paula Wilcox as police chief's wife meeting a filicidal priest on Mount Ararat or hovering above the stage like a pantomime Wendy) on Liz Ascroft's stunningly poetic double half-moon set.


  • Which is why at five in the morning, as Medea flies into a murderous, filicidal rage, I was hiding in a cupboard.

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  • (The first criminal to be undone by fingerprints was filicidal Argentine Francisca Rojas in 1892.)

    Slate Magazine

  • And most importantly, what part of Jordan's past as a pharmaceutical executive will be tied to her current state as an incoherent, filicidal new-ager?


  • Jealous and proud of it; a petty, unjust unforgiving control-freak; a vindictive, bloodthirsty ethnic-cleanser; a misogynistic homophobic racist, infanticidal, genocidal, filicidal, pestilential, megalomaniacal ….

    Phil Cooke and The Change Revolution - The Intersection of Media, Faith, and Change

  • GOD is, ahem, 'infanticidal, genocidal, filicidal' - it's a wonder anyone made it out alive.

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  • As the story's chaotic knot begins to unravel toward the end, the murdered offspring of the filicidal narrator of "The Rake Song" return to sing through the third reprise of "The Hazards of Love" refrain.

    Glide Magazine - Music :: Culture :: Life

  • Brahms) inscribed in heavy gothic letters on the screen, Anderson's movie has come to seem an Old Testament story of cosmic comeuppance and filicidal madness - American history glimpsed through the smoke and fire that the lightning left behind. "

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