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Before I left I prepared myself for occupying a position among the Jews as a 'slaughterer' in connexion with the synagogue.
SOME JEWISH WITNESSES FOR CHRISTREV. A. BERNSTEIN, B.D.
Heyman, Heinrich Wilhelm David, son of a shochet (slaughterer) in poor circumstances.
SOME JEWISH WITNESSES FOR CHRISTREV. A. BERNSTEIN, B.D.
Kemble translates bana "slaughterer," which implies brutality, and perhaps culpability.
BEOWULFR. W. CHAMBERS
Thet's what's the matter with the 'Yaller Slaughterer of Sonoma!'
GABRIEL CONROYBERT HARTE
Then the slaughterer said he would do as she wished; and cut off the head, and nailed it up under the dark gate.
GRIMMS' FAIRY TALESTHE BROTHERS GRIMM
The mountain lion is a prowler, a cowardly, rapacious slaughterer, and may visit the heights at any time.
THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN WONDERLANDENOS A. MILLS
The forester is a scientific slaughterer of the forest; he must keep trees falling in order to supply lumber.
THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN WONDERLANDENOS A. MILLS
They pass through a narcotic chamber, and are brought to the slaughterer oblivious of their fate.
HYGEIA, A CITY OF HEALTHBENJAMIN WARD RICHARDSON
The mightier their myriads, the more irresistible the invitation to this relentless slaughterer; and they had melted before him.
HOOF AND CLAWCHARLES G. D. ROBERTS
But, fearless and joyous slaughterer though he was, there was something in this gray shape that made him hesitate.
HOOF AND CLAWCHARLES G. D. ROBERTS
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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capacitor

WORDS RELATED TO SLAUGHTERER

  • assassin
  • butcher
  • criminal
  • cutthroat
  • enforcer
  • executioner
  • hit person
  • hit-and-run
  • homicide
  • killer
  • manslaughterer
  • manslayer
  • massacrer
  • murderess
  • perpetrator
  • slaughterer
  • soldier
  • trigger person
  • triggerman
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