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
Lady of the House chef Kate Williams describes the butchery at her restaurant.
Rib roasts in Connecticut, all-natural beef on the Upper West Side, a whole-animal butchery in Austin—these are among the places to go for meat in 2018.
Catching up before going into Holman Prison Sunday morning with Dr. Mark Heath to conduct medical exam of the butchery.
For inspired do-it-yourselfers, Belcampo’s meat camp is a two-day experience that teaches the craft of butchery and beef cooking near the base of Mt. Shasta.
The following winter, Seghesio spent a month with Cecchini; the first two days consisted of sweeping and mopping before Seghesio was promoted to the meat-cutting room and given a short course in whole-animal butchery.
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.
Underwater excavations at Page-Ladson turned up clear signs of human activity, including mastodon butchery, making it the oldest confirmed habitation in the American Southeast.
John Roberts’s declaration of the Day of Jubilee in Shelby County v. Holder was an act of historical butchery.
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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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