from The Century Dictionary.
- Having a necklace; marked as with a necklace. The hooded and the necklaced snake.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Wearing a necklace; marked as with a necklace.
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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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Nondumo was tried by a kangaroo court and "necklaced" - a petrol-doused tyre placed around his neck and set alight, Green said.
A 15-year-old youth died after being "necklaced" -- set alight with a burning car tyre around his neck -- at Soweto's
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"necklaced" - a vicious murder where a petrol-soaked tyre is placed around the neck of the victim and set alight.
"necklaced" -- and 10 people, including three policemen, were wounded in political violence in Soweto and Sebokeng south of
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AK-47 rifles, and for the attempted murder of Mpikayipheli Hadebe, who was forced to drink petrol and "necklaced".
In June 1981 the ANC exposed him and abducted him and his brother Monde Mpateni to Lobatse, about 400km from Gaborone, where they "necklaced" his brother by burning him alive with a petrol-doused tyre placed around his neck.
A security police hitsquad "necklaced" a Mamelodi, Pretoria activist after first strangling him to death, a former security policeman told the Truth Commission's amnesty committee on Tuesday.
One of the victims had been "necklaced" (killed by setting alight a tyre filled with petrol and placed around the neck).