Thesaurus / gallows
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I shall die, Joscelyn, but like a soldier; not on the gallows.

Joscelyn CheshireSara Beaumont Kennedy

The judges were more concerned with appeasing the people than with recalling old precedents, and sent the woman to the gallows.

"Gallows Tree" hill, against which the first charge of the counter attack was delivered, was held by nearly 1000 tribesmen.

Tom Hyde, the tinker, standing on the gallows, was asked if he had anything to say.

The exact position of the Tyburn gallows has been a matter of some controversy.

"Let a gallows be made," say the translators of the Bible, with perfect propriety.

This clinches the argument against the efficacy of the gallows.

Recollections of a PolicemanWilliam Russell (aka Thomas Waters)

After a few moments spent in preliminary arrangements, the prisoner was escorted, under guard, to the gallows.

Sword and PenJohn Algernon Owens

If that was the extent of young Tom's cleverness it seemed to be leading him in the direction of the gallows.

With such composure as a man displays marching towards the gallows, Wicks arose, walked to the scuttle, and went down.

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