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  • noun Plural form of martyrdom.

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Examples

  • This is no place to enter on the great question of the justice or necessity of those executions; but the story of the so-called martyrdoms convulsed the Catholic world.

    Short Studies on Great Subjects

  • This is no place to enter on the great question of the justice or necessity of those executions; but the story of the so-called martyrdoms convulsed the Catholic world.

    Froude's Essays in Literature and History With Introduction by Hilaire Belloc

  • The resultant deaths proved to be the perfect fodder for the masterminds who used "martyrdoms" to incite fresh waves of violence.

    The Times of India

  • Mohamed narrated the video in Arabic, saying he wanted to teach "martyrdoms" and "suiciders" how to save themselves so they can continue to fight invaders, including U.S.

    GJSentinel - Latest News Headlines

  • Mohamed narrated the video in Arabic, saying he wanted to teach "martyrdoms" and "suiciders" how to save themselves so they can continue to fight invaders, including U.S. soldiers.

    Atlas Shrugs

  • Mohamed narrated the video in Arabic, saying he wanted to teach "martyrdoms" and

    WTOP / Business / Biz Stories

  • Mohamed narrated the video in Arabic, saying he wanted to teach "martyrdoms" and

    WTOP / Business / Biz Stories

  • Mohamed narrated the video in Arabic, saying he wanted to teach "martyrdoms" and "suiciders" how to save themselves so they can continue to fight invaders, including US soldiers.

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  • Mohamed narrated the video in Arabic, saying he wanted to teach "martyrdoms" and "suiciders" how to save themselves so they can continue to fight invaders, including U.S.

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  • Mohamed narrated the video in Arabic, saying he wanted to teach "martyrdoms" and "suiciders" how to save themselves so they can continue to fight invaders, including US soldiers.

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