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  1. massacre

    • IPA[ˈmasəkə]

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    • n.
      an indiscriminate and brutal slaughter of many people;a heavy defeat of a sporting team or contestant
    • v.
      deliberately and brutally kill (many people);inflict a heavy defeat on (a sporting opponent)
    • noun: massacre, plural noun: massacres

    • verb: massacre, 3rd person present: massacres, gerund or present participle: massacring, past tense: massacred, past participle: massacred

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    • ph.
      the killing of sixty-nine anti-apartheid demonstrators by security forces at Sharpeville, a ...

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    • ph.
      the killing of sixty-nine anti-apartheid demonstrators by security forces at Sharpeville, a ...

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    • ph.
      an attack by Manchester yeomanry on 16 August 1819 against a large but peaceable crowd. Sent to ...

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    • ph.
      a massacre in 1692 of members of the Jacobite MacDonald clan by Campbell soldiers, which took ...

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    • ph.
      the massacre of Huguenots throughout France ordered by Charles IX at the instigation of his ...

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    • ph.
      the shooting on February 14, 1929, of seven members of the rival “Bugsy” Moran's gang by ...

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    • ph.
      the shooting on 14th February 1929 of seven members of the rival ‘Bugsy’ Moran's gang by ...

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    • ph.
      see Massacre of St Bartholomew

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    • IPA[ˈmasəkər]

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    • n.
      an indiscriminate and brutal slaughter of people: the attack was described as a cold-blooded massacre she says he is an accomplice to massacre
    • v.
      deliberately and violently kill (a large number of people): thousands were brutally massacred by soldiers

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