holocaust

[ hol-uh-kawst, hoh-luh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF holocaust

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HOLOCAUST

Dugommier would listen to no such proposition for a holocaust.

Yet even in this holocaust there were degrees, gradations of sacrifice.

Mirla, we know, is out of the question; it is a holocaust of fire.

It is to explain that and to ask your cooperation in warding off the holocaust that I have sent for you.

Next day the ceremony was to be continued by a holocaust of pigs.

What difference between the holocaust of a witch and that of two vile criminals?

A cry of fire would have created a holocaust in that fire-trap.

Richard, Richard Sydney, you have made a holocaust of your life, and lo!

Ferriday the Magnificent was playing with holocaust when he set a match to Kedzie.

Even this desert is mute evidence of the holocaust; if one needs evidence.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR HOLOCAUST

war crime

nouncrime violating conventions of war
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