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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of murder.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. killed unlawfully.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. killed unlawfully
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"I always use the word murdered, so we do not let language hide the reality."
Stalin murdered tens of millions but Pinochet was also a badguy!
Your faux tears for the unjustly imprisoned and lack of concern for the unjustly murdered is to me absolutely criminal.
But, the desire to not be murdered is not a matter of logic, but self-interest.
A group of hapless villagers being murdered is rendered with the appropriate tonal effects in mind – shock, disgust and sadness.
Fortunately Veronica who was propelled into a life of crime-fighting after her best friend Lilly was murdered is on hand to ensure that justice is served much to the annoyance of the Neptunians who find themselves frequently foiled in their devious plans.
Although why the Astoria sexagenarian had to be murdered is explained late leaving a gap for too long, Robin Cook provides a powerful look at the newest health trend; going overseas for operations and cures.
Clary wondered if this was a euphemism for murdered.
But, the idea that Paulo will be murdered is favorable as well.
Cain murdered Abel, God is against that, you know.