from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A sealed enclosure in which condemned prisoners are executed by poison gas.
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- n. a sealed chamber in which people are executed with poison gas
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- n. instrument of execution consisting of a sealed chamber into which poison gas is introduced; used to kill people or animals
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The Wolverine Killer in the gas chamber — sent there by the two of them and the unlikeliest best friend a ranking cop ever had: Buzz Meeks.
Mal thought that he seemed familiar; a few seconds of staring gave him his connection: the Buchenwald Jews who’d beat the gas chamber only to sink to an early grave via viral anemia.
“Your seventeen filthy compatriots murdered José Diaz in cold blood and beat the gas chamber because traitors and perverts and deluded weaklings banded up to save them.