mutilator


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Synonyms for mutilator

a person who mutilates or destroys or disfigures or cripples

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The master mutilator has spawned a vast number of books.
Voluntary pain--and this is emblematic for both the mutilator who cuts herself, and the stigmatic who welcomes a spiritual agent to inhabit her being--is an instrument of self-transcendence in a meaningful and communal context.
It is in his escalation from Peeping Tom, rapist, serial killer, and mutilator that Napper most resembles the Ripper.
Summary: Egyptian police arrested a notorious serial mutilator, who became known for attacking women and cutting open the clothing, spreading panic in an upper class Cairo suburb before going into hiding for
The mutilator then gets the oddly therapeutic sensation of feeling her or his own pain.
47) Thus, if the mutilator of the digital graphic art used the mutilated version to promote product or service, the mutilator may have very well violated the artist's statutory right to publicity.
Strangely, it is Susan who takes the mutilator of her faithful Scrope and the murderer of her husband into her lap, nursing him tenderly.
An early draft ended with "Credo," a Protestant black mass saluting "the mutilator of souls" with a line of scripture: "There is nothing I can do / against your coming.
Jeers to Barbara Walters: Interviewing Macaulay Culkin, who plays a gay drug-abusing murderer and mutilator in his latest movie, Walters asked,
She even likes to fish purple bait, drop shotting a Zipper Sharker Margarita Mutilator Roboworm.
On this point, it was the opinion of the Office of the Special Representative that "former child soldiers already suffer the social stigma of the notorious murderer, the rapist, the mutilator of innocent civilians.
Alas, it seems likely that we have still not seen the end of the Wise story; and if Roger Lewis's contribution to the desanctification of Wise is a mere footnote to the Pollard and Carter discoveries and to David Foxon's revelation almost forty years ago that Wise was a thief and book mutilator as well as a forger, one does, nevertheless, hesitate to think that the Wise dossier is now closed.
If Harrison's argument is true, it suggests a slip of the cultural unconscious of horrific but telling magnitude: a century after the events, it is revealed not only that Florie was unjustly convicted of murder, but that the man so "injured by her adultery was himself a mutilator of women.
And the more appalling the mutilation, the more the mutilator is paid.