garrotte


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Synonyms for garrotte

an instrument of execution for execution by strangulation

strangle with an iron collar

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As well as the two attempted murder charges, he was convicted on seven other counts, including possession of nail bombs, three knives, a garrotte and an axe, as well as causing criminal damage to the Stormont building.
The one-time loyalist icon had gone to Stormont armed with explosives, knives, an axe and a garrotte.
In addition to the attempted murder of Adams and McGuinness and criminal damage, Stone also denies possessing explosives and being armed with knives, a garrotte and an axe.
I mean, if people started behaving like the SAS in every day life, a trip to the pub would see them enter through the windows while their pals covered them with machine-gun fire and tear gas, so they could successfully garrotte the barman and head back out to the waiting escape vehicle with a keg under each arm.
The one-time loyalist icon, now crippled with arthritis, had gone to Stormont armed with explosives, knives, an axe and a garrotte.
I considered trying to throttle myself, using the padlocked chain around my neck as a garrotte.
Stone was charged with having explosives with intent to endanger life, an imitation gun, nail bombs, an axe and garrotte.
Stone, who is now crippled with arthritis, had gone to Stormont armed with explosives, knives, an axe and a garrotte.
As for Danielle, there's more anguished brow-crinkling on her part tonight - even without the knowledge that her grandad is planning to garrotte her.
In December 2000, Dalton strangled Mr Murphy in his home using the rope of the old man's dressing gown as a garrotte.