Definition of Garoting

1. garote [v] - See also: garote



Garoting Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Garoting

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

Literary usage of Garoting

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A Manual of medical jurisprudence by Alfred Swaine Taylor (1886)
"An attempt at strangulation, as in garoting, besides inflicting serious local injury to the windpipe and other parts near to it, may cause a state of ..."

2. Old West Surrey: Some Notes and Memories by Gertrude Jekyll (1904)
"... local custom decorates the rather wide or uneven mortar joint with small pieces of the black ironstone. The bricklayers call it garoting or ..."

3. The Turkish Spies Ali Abubeker Kaled, and Zenobia Marrita Mustapha, Or, the by Maturin Murray Ballou (1855)
"It was a clear, cloudless day, and at an early hour every body was astir, for since the garoting of Lopez, nothing worthy of note had transpired to create ..."

4. The Travels and Adventures of Celebrated Travelers in the Principal by Henry Howe (1854)
"... and garoting of Lopez—Ultimate Destiny of Coin- CIRCLING around that extreme point of the Atlantic States of the American Union which separates the ..."

5. The Century Dictionary: An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language by William Dwight Whitney (1889)
"To cheat in card-playing by concealing certain cards at the back of the neck : a mode of cheating practised among card- sharpers. garroting, garoting ..."

6. A Manual of medical jurisprudence by Alfred Swaine Taylor (1886)
"An attempt at strangulation, as in garoting, besides inflicting serious local injury to the windpipe and other parts near to it, may cause a state of ..."

7. Old West Surrey: Some Notes and Memories by Gertrude Jekyll (1904)
"... local custom decorates the rather wide or uneven mortar joint with small pieces of the black ironstone. The bricklayers call it garoting or ..."

8. The Turkish Spies Ali Abubeker Kaled, and Zenobia Marrita Mustapha, Or, the by Maturin Murray Ballou (1855)
"It was a clear, cloudless day, and at an early hour every body was astir, for since the garoting of Lopez, nothing worthy of note had transpired to create ..."

9. The Travels and Adventures of Celebrated Travelers in the Principal by Henry Howe (1854)
"... and garoting of Lopez—Ultimate Destiny of Coin- CIRCLING around that extreme point of the Atlantic States of the American Union which separates the ..."

10. The Century Dictionary: An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language by William Dwight Whitney (1889)
"To cheat in card-playing by concealing certain cards at the back of the neck : a mode of cheating practised among card- sharpers. garroting, garoting ..."

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