electrocution

[ ih-lek-truh-kyoot ]SEE DEFINITION OF electrocution
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But there won't be any electrocution, Allen; no, there cannot be.

"But the electrocution was not to be until morning," she said.

"I'm not planning to end my days by electrocution," smiled Bob.

He was tried speedily, sentenced to electrocution, and executed October 28.

There are three men sentenced to electrocution in September and October.

A strait-jacket, indeed, is not a camisole, just as electrocution is not hanging.

Electrocution can occur from either low voltage (household type) or high voltage currents.

One minister was present when experiments in "electrocution" took place in the United States.

In my innocence I did my best to carry out his instructions, with the result that I suffered a mild sort of electrocution.

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