decapitate

[ dih-kap-i-teyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF decapitate

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But when they have been tried and they have failed, decapitate them.

The censor can decapitate ideas which but for him might have lived forever.

Good policy, perhaps; but it is better to corrupt than to decapitate.

Renata continued to pick violets, and Max to decapitate those he could find.

This cannibal trophy is not a sign of barbarous customs: the Bee does not decapitate Ants to adorn her hut.

One sailor was wounded by receiving upon his arm a blow from a sabre with which the turbaned pirate meant to decapitate Decatur.

Dionysius I, who had threatened to decapitate the broad-browed philosopher, was a usurper and a despot.

When one of them is killed, rather than allow the enemy to take his head, they decapitate him themselves, and bring his head back.

He has allowed the Franks 223 to decapitate me, but for a time only, and as you see me now I am only a phantom.

Out of eyes that were glassy Wilbur saw him decapitate two men with a single stroke.

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