carnage


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Synonyms for carnage

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the savage killing of many victims

Synonyms for carnage

the savage and excessive killing of many people

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The government must explore more practical solutions to road carnage.
Speakers condemned the Quetta carnage in strong words and termed it an attack on judicial system.
If the warnings about the killer etc had been heeded, the carnage might have been avoided.
The prosecutor further submitted that the statement of witness, namely Ilyas, was also present, which states that the May 12 carnage was done at the orders of Waseem Akhter.
Meanwhile, another child who was injured in park carnage died at a hospital on Monday bringing the death toll to 72.
Speed Fever got a good response and we are hoping the same for Space Carnage.
The Sunday Mirror has obtained a shocking new video of a Carnage event shot in Alex's Bar - the same pub where the first Brit was filmed.
Three students pose for our photographer on Queen Street during Sunday's Carnage event
THE Tony-Award winning black comedy The God of Carnage is at Kenilworth's The Talisman Theatre next week.
The arcade shooter allows you to either play in story mode, fighting your way through three levels of carnage, or tackle survival mode, where wave after wave of bloodthirsty mutants will severely test your digit dexterity.
According to the report, the agencies criticised what they described as 'an insufficient sense of urgency among the governments and parties that could put a stop to the cruelty and carnage in Syria'.
A WELSH language version of Roman Polanski's movie Carnage is staged in Caernarfon next week.
DRUNKEN students took to the streets of Newcastle dressed as prostitutes for the controversial Carnage bar crawl.
A MIDLAND university is hoping to turn carnage into karma by relaunching a boozy freshers night which became mistakenly associated with tragedy and debauchery.