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Correct spelling:
the savage and excessive killing of many people


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ambush, beating, blow, break, breakdown, check, collapse, conquest, count, debacle, destruction, discomfiture, drubbing, embarrassment, failure, fall, ko, kos, lacing, licking, loss, mastery, rebuff, repulse, reverse, rout, setback, subjugation, thrashing, trap, trimming, triumph, trouncing, waxing, whipping, Defeasance, Downthrow, Insuccess, Paddling, Scalping, Trashing, Vanquishment, Whaling, Whitewashing, shellacking, nonsuccess, lacings, non-success, subjugations, trouncings, waxings, killing*.
abolition, bane, crashing, crushing, dissolving, downfall, elimination, end, eradication, extinction, extinguishing, extirpation, havoc, invalidating, invalidation, liquidation, overthrow, ravaging, ruination, sacking, shattering, subversion, undoing, wreckage, wrecking, Abolishing, Assassinating, Disintegrating, Disrupting, Subverting, crashings, crushings, sackings, slayings.
decimation, ethnic cleansing, holocaust, Genocides, mass execution, race extermination.
catastrophe, devastation, immolation, inferno.
asphyxiation, assassination, butchering, elimination, execution, extermination, hanging, liquidation, manslaughter, purging, removal, slaying, strangulation, Dispatching, Snuffing.
annihilation, assassination, bloodbath, bloodshed, butchery, carnage, decimation, extermination, genocide, mass murder, mow down, slaughter, slaying, Internecion, murder.
mass murder
final solution, race murder, mass destruction, mass extermination, race-murder, wholesale murder.
abate, abolish, abrogate, annul, demolish, do in, eradicate, erase, expunge, extinguish, extirpate, finish off, invalidate, liquidate, massacre, negate, nullify, obliterate, quash, quell, raze, root out, rub out, ruin, undo, vitiate, wipe out, wrack, wreck, blot out, take out*, crush*.
massacre, mow down, slaughter.
amputate, behead, bisect, bite, carve, chine, chip, chisel, cleave, clip, crop, curtail, decussate, dice, dispatch, dissect, dissever, divide, facet, fell, flitch, gash, guillotine, hack, hash, hew, intersect, lacerate, level, lop, mince, mow, mow down, nick, notch, part, penetrate, perforate, pierce, prune, puncture, quarter, rabbet, reap, rend, rip, rive, saber, saw, scarify, scissor, score, scythe, separate, shave, shear, sickle, skive, slash, slice, slit, sliver, snip, lay open.
execute, kill off, stamp out, commit genocide.
destroy, do away with, eliminate, put an end to, send to kingdom come.
asphyxiate, assassinate, butcher, chill, depopulate, dispatch, do away with, do in, drown, eliminate, execute, exterminate, hang, ice, liquidate, purge, put to sleep, remove, sacrifice, slaughter, slay, smite, smother, snuff, strangle, suffocate.
annihilate, butcher, decimate, depopulate, exterminate, mass murder, slay.
Examples of usage:
  1. More or less circumstantial details of the supposed massacre were current, but critical examination proved such to be quite without foundation. – Reminiscences of a South African Pioneer by W. C. Scully
  2. So potent was the power of this vigorous treatment that within the short time specified the massacre was stopped. – The Settler and the Savage by R.M. Ballantyne
  3. They were to rise at a signal and massacre all their Protestant neighbours. – The History of England from the Accession of James II. Volume 1 (of 5) by Thomas Babington Macaulay
  4. Well, I did so; never mind the details now, and never mind the bloody massacre the others had made of it before I came up. – Dead Men Tell No Tales by E. W. Hornung
  5. It is he who has chosen to make it massacre. – The Bravest of the Brave or, with Peterborough in Spain by G. A. Henty