Examples of strangulation in a Sentence
The cause of death was strangulation.
Recent Examples of strangulation from the Web
City of Asheville via AP In March, the district attorney for Asheville had brought criminal charges against Hickman for assault by strangulation, assault inflicting serious injury and communicating threats.
He was arrested and charged with aggravated battery on a pregnant victim, domestic violence by strangulation and false imprisonment.
New faces charges of felony aggravated assault-strangulation, criminal solicitation, computer pornography, and misdemeanor simple battery.
His death was ruled a homicide caused by asphyxia by strangulation, complicated by heroin intoxication, the paper reported.
Croatia was less blunt instrument and more about slow strangulation, as it limited service to Messi, exposed the frailty around him then went for the kill.
The next day, Onfroy was arrested and later charged with aggravated battery of a pregnant victim, domestic battery by strangulation, false imprisonment, and witness tampering -- pleading not guilty to all charges.
In December, the rapper was slapped with 15 new felony charges, including domestic battery by strangulation, false imprisonment, aggravated battery of a pregnant woman, witness tampering and witness harassment.
Tukan Manley of Boston was charged with assault and battery on an elderly person, strangulation, and malicious destruction of property, MBTA Transit Police said in a statement.
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STRANGULATION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of strangulation for English Language Learners
: the act of killing someone by squeezing the throat : the act of strangling someone
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