Examples of noose in a Sentence
a confirmed bachelor, he vows never to get caught in the noose of matrimony
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Earlier this year a noose was found hanging from a tree in the center of campus.
Lynching and noose intimidation is a practice as old as America.
On Wednesday afternoon, tourists visiting the National Museum of African American History and Culture found a noose in an exhibition on segregation.
In May, a noose was discovered hanging from a tree in the center of the K-State campus.
Still, the action and horror are visceral as an unknown woman struggles against a noose and a trio of attackers while arrows and hammers fly through the rain.
Chains dangle from the ceiling, alongside a sinister rope noose.
On the phone was a video, in which BuzzFeed reported Jchandra can be seen standing on a rock with a noose around her neck, and Tyerell can be heard asking her to say something.
Park police came to investigate and removed the noose, and the exhibit gallery was reopened within three hours, Smithsonian officials said.
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Origin and Etymology of noose
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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