Definition of Butcheries

1. Noun. (plural of butchery) ¹



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Definition of Butcheries

1. butchery [n] - See also: butchery

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Butcheries

butcher's knife
butcher bird
butcher block
butcher board
butcher knife
butcher paper
butcher shop
butcherbird
butcherbirds
butcherdom
butchered
butcherer
butcherers
butcheress
butcheresses
butcheries
butchering
butcherings
butcherknife
butcherknives
butcherliness
butcherly
butchers
butchers' knife
butchers' paper
butchers knife
butchershop
butchershops
butches

Literary usage of Butcheries

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1. The Writings of George Washington: Being His Correspondence, Addresses by George Washington (1847)
"Yes; and I rejoice at it, hoping it will now be in our power to testify a just abhorrence of the cruel butcheries exercised on our friends, ..."

2. Washington and His Generals: Or, Legends of the Revolution by George Lippard (1847)
"But it will take a thousand years of good deeds to wash from the History of England, the horrid and merciless butcheries which she perpetrated in the Eight ..."

3. The Christian Recovery of Spain: Being the Story of Spain from the Moorish by Henry Edward Watts (1893)
"... Butcheries OF THE KING. Blanche; when his first act was to send her away under a strong guard to a safer prison at Siguenza. Once more master of Toledo ..."

4. Readings in Ancient History: Illustrative Extracts from the Sources by William Stearns Davis (1913)
"SENECA OK THE GLADIATORIAL Butcheries Seneca, "Epistles," 7. Henderson's Translation The following letter indicates how by the age of Nero cultured and ..."

5. The Book of Blood: An Authentic Record of the Policy Adopted by Modern Spain ...by Néstor Ponce de León by Néstor Ponce de León (1873)
"... In consideration of the recent butcheries of Cubans, American citizens and English ... butcheries ..."

6. History of the Republican Party: Embracing Its Origin, Growth and Mission by Frank Abial Flower (1884)
"... S. Black and Charles Sumner—Ridiculous Features—Southern Butcheries— Grant's Great Majority—Poor Greeley—Grant's Successful Administration. ..."

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