abattoir

[ ab-uh-twahr, ab-uh-twahr ]SEE DEFINITION OF abattoir

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Aberdeen is in fact becoming little else than a London abattoir.

Shall I to the abattoir and ask the slayer of oxen for a steak?

Digging like a navvy in order to get admission to the abattoir!

The pigs will be dealt with in the abattoir, sent as fresh pork to the market or be turned into bacon to feed the members.

When it comes to slaughtering defenseless animals with high-powered guns, I prefer a position in an abattoir.

The monsters in question could only be the Shylocks of the abattoir who had tempted him with blood-money for Mlle. Adrienne.

The still hunting of the natives has all the romance and danger attending the slaughter of sheep in an abattoir.

To contemplate it is more sad even than to see a great church turned into a stable or an abattoir—as can yet be seen in France.

In Columbus, Mississippi, there is a colored butcher who owns his abattoir and supplies the best trade of his town with meat.

Its position, near a small ravine in which runs a brook, may lead us to suppose that here was the abattoir of the Roman army.

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