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manslaughtering

Definitions

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  • adjective Having commited manslaughter.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Oh, and guns: "i put the cx4 semiautomatic carbine on the market cause i got bored with it," he writes in one entry, accompanied by this photo. "personally, i don't find it effective as a efficient manslaughtering tool, which definitely does not fit my needs."

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  • Oh, and guns: "i put the cx4 semiautomatic carbine on the market cause i got bored with it," he writes in one entry, accompanied by this photo. "personally, i don't find it effective as a efficient manslaughtering tool, which definitely does not fit my needs."

    Virginia Tech Shooting: Life Imitating Art Imitating Life?

  • The cranks being condemned, rational industry restored, and the law reseated on the throne a manslaughtering dunce had usurped, the champion of human nature went home to drink his tea and write the plot of his sermon.

    It Is Never Too Late to Mend

  • 'Don't you know,' said Mr Mantalini, taking Ralph by the button, 'that it wasn't an accident at all, but a demd, furious, manslaughtering attack made upon him by your nephew?'

    Nicholas Nickleby

  • As for the maybe manslaughtering Doc, the Jacksons have vowed that once Murray is sentenced the hunky "Black Brothers" in San Quentin will prove that Michael was human after all, by giving the Doc a taste of real "black THRILLER" medicine in the showers, OUCH!

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  • (Note for those with too much time: I will not be marrying, bopping or killing … even becoming engaged to, kissing or manslaughtering any of these people, so take a joke if at all possible bigots and all-around tightwads)

    Bugs & Cranks

  • ‘Don’t you know,’ said Mr Mantalini, taking Ralph by the button, ‘that it wasn’t an accident at all, but a demd, furious, manslaughtering attack made upon him by your nephew?’

    Nicholas Nickleby

  • 'And I will further add,' said Mr George, nodding his head violently at every second syllable; 'naming no names, and therefore hurting nobody but those whose consciences tell them they are alluded to, that I think it would be much more decent and becoming, if those who hooked and crooked themselves into this family by getting on the blind side of some of its members before marriage, and manslaughtering them afterwards by crowing over them to that strong pitch that they were glad to die, would refrain from acting the part of vultures in regard to other members of this family who are living.

    Martin Chuzzlewit

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