Definition of Garoted

1. garote [v] - See also: garote



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Garoted

garnisher
garnishers
garnishes
garnishing
garnishings
garnishment
garnishments
garnishor
garnishors
garnisht
garniture
garnitures
garookuh
garookuhs
garote
garoted (current term)
garotes
garoting
garotte
garotted
garotter
garotters
garottes
garotting
garpike
garpikes
garran
garrans
garre
garred

Literary usage of Garoted

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1. Cuba in 1851: Containing Authentic Statistics of the Population, Agriculture by Alexander Jones (1851)
"It is said that he was executed, or garoted, on the Plaza at Havana, ... Thence he was escorted to Havana, and PUBLICLY garoted ON THE 29TH OF AUGUST. ..."

2. Medical and Surgical Reporter (1855)
"... and that when the materials which give employment to the poison are removed, the disease is at once, as it were, guillotined, garoted, or strangled. ..."

3. Sketches Abroad with Pen and Pencil by Felix Octavius Carr Darley (1878)
"In a narrow entry, before crossing the bridge, are the remains of a beam, where the prisoners were secretly garoted and their bodies slipped through a small ..."

4. The Turkish Spies Ali Abubeker Kaled, and Zenobia Marrita Mustapha, Or, the by Maturin Murray Ballou (1855)
"... and sentenced to be publicly garoted, in Plaza Square, July 9th, 1852. Friday, July 9th, the day fixed upon for her execution, at length dawned upon ..."

5. The History of the World: Comprising a General History, Both Ancient and by Samuel Maunder (1854)
"Lopez, himself, after being deserted by his followers, was taken captive on the 29th, and on the 1st of September was publicly garoted in the city of Havana ..."

6. Journal and Memoirs of the Marquis D'Argenson by Katharine Prescott Wormeley, Edme Jacques Benoît Rathéry, René-Louis de Voyer Argenson (1901)
"... provincial parliaments ; some will throw up their heads like that of Provence, but the others dare not do so, being throttled and garoted by their heads ..."

7. Cuba in 1851: Containing Authentic Statistics of the Population, Agriculture by Alexander Jones (1851)
"It is said that he was executed, or garoted, on the Plaza at Havana, ... Thence he was escorted to Havana, and PUBLICLY garoted ON THE 29TH OF AUGUST. ..."

8. Medical and Surgical Reporter (1855)
"... and that when the materials which give employment to the poison are removed, the disease is at once, as it were, guillotined, garoted, or strangled. ..."

9. Sketches Abroad with Pen and Pencil by Felix Octavius Carr Darley (1878)
"In a narrow entry, before crossing the bridge, are the remains of a beam, where the prisoners were secretly garoted and their bodies slipped through a small ..."

10. The Turkish Spies Ali Abubeker Kaled, and Zenobia Marrita Mustapha, Or, the by Maturin Murray Ballou (1855)
"... and sentenced to be publicly garoted, in Plaza Square, July 9th, 1852. Friday, July 9th, the day fixed upon for her execution, at length dawned upon ..."

11. The History of the World: Comprising a General History, Both Ancient and by Samuel Maunder (1854)
"Lopez, himself, after being deserted by his followers, was taken captive on the 29th, and on the 1st of September was publicly garoted in the city of Havana ..."

12. Journal and Memoirs of the Marquis D'Argenson by Katharine Prescott Wormeley, Edme Jacques Benoît Rathéry, René-Louis de Voyer Argenson (1901)
"... provincial parliaments ; some will throw up their heads like that of Provence, but the others dare not do so, being throttled and garoted by their heads ..."

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