butchery : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a building where animals are butchered
- n the business of a butcher
- n the savage and excessive killing of many people
- Brouillard, still fresh after six rounds of arduous butchery, smashed his ribs and then his face with jolting lefts.
- To try to solve the mystery, Carter commissioned an anatomical study of the corpse in 1925 that turned out to be less autopsy than butchery.
- On the side, he engaged in all manner of experimental butchery--dripping chemicals into prisoners' eyes to see if he could turn them a more Reich-pleasing blue, exposing others .
News & Articles
- Valley refugees celebrate safe new homes
Those who fled bullets and butchery in their homelands gathered Saturday at World Refugee Day at Downey High School to celebrate a new day and a fresh start.
June 23, 2013 - Modesto Bee
- Yisrael Meir Lau in Reuters India
The pope had made a moving speech, Lau said, but "something was missing. There was no mention of the Germans or the Nazis who participated in the butchery, nor a word of regret".
- Pervez Musharraf in International Herald Tribune
The man who may have actually killed Pearl or at least participated in his butchery, we eventually discovered, was none other than Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, al-Qaida's No. 3,Musharraf wrote in "In The Line of Fire," released Monday.
- Tony Yengeni in Independent Online
I've known him for six years, we were very close. He was a nice guy, very humble. He was always working hard no matter what, and was always helping at the butchery, opening up the shop and doing his bit,Yengeni said.