Examples of homicidal in a Sentence
court-appointed psychiatrists have described the accused as a homicidal maniac who should be put away for life
Recent Examples of homicidal from the Web
School officials and worried parents throughout the area have sought solutions on making school buildings safer from homicidal gunmen.
To seek asylum in the United States, Central American families must travel many hundreds of miles through the desert, along a route teeming with rapists, thieves, and homicidal gangs.
In some cases, experts say, youngsters who make homicidal threats are moved to institutions that focus on children with emotional disturbances.
There's that homicidal frog/foreboding foghorn/evil tuba again.
Falsely portraying this young girl and child star as a raging homicidal bigot is heinous, and Brown deleting her Twitter to avoid this maelstrom is a logical response to the internet’s festering orgy of toilet humor.
And, as if sending some dark, raging homicidal message, knives had been left in the victims and around the house.
In the first scene, Dolores trilled a few keys before chatting with her newly hostile and homicidal lover, Teddy, about finally breaking out of their loop for good.
And there’s also a clip in which Wagner appears overtly homicidal.
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HOMICIDAL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of homicidal for English Language Learners
: likely to kill someone
: of or relating to murder
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