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Correct spelling:
carnage
Definition:
kär'n[= a]j, n. ( obs.) a heap of slain: slaughter. [ Fr.,-- It. carnaggio, carnage-- L. caro, carnis, flesh.]

Synonyms:

noun
act
mass murder, slaughter, butchery, massacre, carnage.
battle
sortie, havoc, encounter, significant contact, Wars, strife, blitzkreig, scrimmage.
carnage
mass murder, butchery, massacre, slaughter.
death
mortality.
destruction
crashings, subjugation, subjugations, ruination, slayings, sackings, crushings.
genocide
Genocides, decimation, mass execution, race extermination.
homicide
assassinations, bump-off, offing, big chill, rubout, assassination.
killing
slaughter, homicide, killing, murder.
massacre
hecatomb, holocaust, search and destroy, crime, rapine, manslaughter, liquidation, offing, blitz, slaying, murder, extermination, bloodshed, warfare, homicide, blood, annihilation, gore, slaughter, blood and guts, wasting, taking out, killing, mass murder, butchery, blood bath, havoc, butchering, shambles.
mass murder
mass destruction, wholesale murder, race murder, race-murder, mass extermination, final solution.
mortality
loss of life.
obliteration
obliteration.
slaughter
gore, pogrom, manslaughter, hecatomb, blood-and-guts, mass homicide, bloodletting, warfare, rapine, extermination, destruction, blood, blood bath, saturnalia of blood, bloodshed, wholesale killing, slaying, effusion of blood, annihilation, holocaust.
Examples of usage:
  1. Next day the carnage was on Baker's Creek and at Big Black Bridge, and on the next Vicksburg was invested. – Kincaid's Battery by George W. Cable
  2. Nevertheless the daring troop was not dismayed by the carnage. – History of the War Between Mexico and the United States, with a Preliminary View of its Origin, Volume 1 by Brantz Mayer
  3. The most dreadful slaughter was near the Negressa Station, where the two armies, having occupied the ridges on either side the lake, suffered frightful carnage. – Story of My Life, volumes 1-3 by Augustus J. C. Hare
  4. Years of unbroken victories balanced down By one day's carnage! – Pharsalia; Dramatic Episodes of the Civil Wars by Lucan
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