garrote


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Synonyms for garrote

an instrument of execution for execution by strangulation

strangle with an iron collar

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Stone was also charged with possessing home-made explosives and an imitation gun with intent, plus carrying a garrote, three knives and an axe.
and charged him with illegal possession of a prescription drug, illegal possession of a steel garrote, wearing body armor in the commission of a felony, and possession of a handgun without a license.
He is alleged to have been carrying an imitation firearm and articles for terrorist purposes, including nail bombs, an axe and a garrote, when he attempted to enter the building during power-sharing talks.
He had been strangled with a specially-knotted garrote used by French commandos.
The drama came when a convicted robber used wire from stereo headphones in an attempt to garrote Peter Sutcliffe.
The only properties selling these days are Short Sales and REOs," said Gene Garrote -- Weichert-Best Beach REO Division Director -- in a recent interview by Joel Cone -- Managing Editor for RealtyTrac.
Stone, 53, stormed Stormont in 2006 armed with explosives, a garrote and a number of knives including one normally used to gut fish.
Two handguns, a garrote, brass knuckles and body armor were confiscated, according to state police spokeswoman Sgt.
What about the broken paint brush which came from inside the house that was used as a garrote to strangle the little girl?