execution

[ ek-si-kyoo-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF execution

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXECUTION

The execution is left entirely to your judgment and address.

The scheme was very simple, though I do not think it was at all difficult of execution.

There was no opportunity for us to put our plans in execution, in going down channel.

Tried for piracy, probably, and the execution of some, if not all of us.

Scarce had that thought crossed him than he hastened to put it into execution.

After enduring it for twenty-four hours he was led out to execution.

This purpose I resolved on, and immediately put it in execution.

I will issue the necessary warrants, and I will hand them over to you for execution.

The execution of almost all of our English brasses is due to native artists.

There was plenty of skill and execution, but precious little feeling.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR EXECUTION

crucifixion

noundeath by being nailed to a cross
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