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If anything can remind us about the futility of war, it is those wrecked, dismembered bodies.

The diamonds feature people with wrapped faces and wrapped bodies while the clubs have amputated and dismembered bodies.

They held posters and signs of dismembered babies, they shouted at my mother telling her she was killing her grandchild.

Were they dispossessed, their ancient, pre-Islamic communities destroyed, their families dismembered—of their own free will?

The question remained: who killed and then dismembered the friendly retired Mexicana Airlines clerk?

No mention was made of Austria, which the treaty of Presburg had sufficiently dismembered.

Was the ancient monarchy really to be humiliated and remain permanently dismembered?

He envisaged the possibility of a vanquished and dismembered France.

And on the instant rose that terrible distressing scream of acute agony—like that of a woman being dismembered.

Coke objected to having the King's evidence dismembered, 'whereby it might lose much of its grace and vigour.'


On this page you'll find 59 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to dismembered, such as: busted, collapsed, cracked, crumbled, crushed, and damaged.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.