Examples of murderous in a Sentence
I can't stand this murderous heat.
The lead runner set a murderous pace.
Recent Examples of murderous from the Web
Yet Darwin provided an explanation for nature’s murderous subtext.
Of course, FDR had to make certain concessions to reality - hence his decision to ally with Joseph Stalin's murderous regime and to accept, at Yalta, that the Soviet Union would exercise predominant influence in Eastern Europe.
Phillips has crafted an absorbing novel about risk, survival and a parent’s instinct to protect her child while in the midst of a frightening though increasingly familiar scenario — the family-friendly outing that turns into a murderous rampage.
Otto is dead because of Kim Jong-un’s repressive, murderous regime.
Woods’ expression changes to simultaneously, contradictorily, crushed and murderous.
Venezuela, for the record, is currently suffering chronic shortages of everything from food to toilet paper, a mass civil insurrection and murderous police brutality.
Both remind us of her lifelong solidarity with victims of oppressive and murderous regimes.
Any, any of those would have been better than the violence and the terror of drowning in the dark, the hunger then the convulsive need then the clawing murderous frenzy for air as salt water filled my lungs.
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First Known Use of murderous
MURDEROUS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of murderous for English Language Learners
: very violent or deadly
: very angry
: very harsh or severe
MURDEROUS Defined for Kids
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