Examples of butchery in a Sentence
the butchery of civilians during the war
butchery on a scale that horrified the civilized world
Recent Examples of butchery from the Web
Chi Spacca Hancock Park, $$$ At this Mozza team addition to the corner of Melrose and Highland, a passion for butchery is palpable.
Basically a Midwestern spin on poutine, this new addition to Target Field’s concessions takes Polish sausage from legendary Minneapolis butchery Kramarczuk and puts it in a bowl with cheese curds and brown gravy.
The restaurant would incorporate a seafood market and butchery, Smith, who owns Atlas, said in an email.
The level of butchery linked the killings to a series of unsolved homicides that began eight years earlier.
Having had his fill of superheroes and space travel, director Christopher Nolan is turning his focus to a historical project, capturing the bravery and butchery of World War II in Dunkirk.
Wear shoes that can get dirty, and the squeamish might want to steer clear of the peripheral meat stands, where the butchery is happening. PRACTICAL STUFF: Open daily, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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First Known Use of butchery
BUTCHERY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of butchery for English Language Learners
: the violent and cruel killing of many people
: the work of a butcher : the job of preparing meat for sale
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