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synonyms for assassinate

  • execute
  • gun down
  • kill
  • slaughter
  • slay
  • eliminate
  • hit
  • liquidate
  • bump off
  • do in
  • knock off
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  • bear
  • create
  • give birth
  • keep
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A human rights activist and columnist at Newsclick news website, Gautam Navlakha has been jailed since April and faces charges on alleged links to Maoist militants and being part of a conspiracy to assassinate Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
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Earlier this month, the Department of State criticized Saudi Arabia’s “detention” of the children of a former Saudi intelligence official now in Canada who has accused Crown Prime Mohammed — better known as MBS — of trying to assassinate him.
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WORDS RELATED TO ASSASSINATE

  • assassinated
  • bankrupted
  • bumped off
  • butchered
  • cooled
  • did away with
  • dilapidated
  • dispatched
  • eliminated
  • executed
  • fatigued
  • finished
  • frazzled
  • killed
  • knocked out
  • liquidated
  • murdered
  • put away
  • ruined
  • shattered
  • slaughtered
  • slew
  • tired
  • wearied
  • wore out
  • wrecked
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