Definition of Guillotined

1. Verb. (past of guillotine) ¹



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Definition of Guillotined

1. guillotine [v] - See also: guillotine

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Guillotined

guilelessnesses
guiler
guilers
guiles
guiling
guillemet
guillemets
guilleminite
guillemot
guillemots
guilloche
guilloched
guilloches
guillotine
guillotine amputation
guillotined (current term)
guillotines
guillotining
guilor
guilors
guilt
guilt-ridden
guilt-sick
guilt feelings
guilt pang
guilt trip
guilt trips
guilted
guilter

Literary usage of Guillotined

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1. Appletons' Cyclopædia of Biography: Embracing a Series of Original Memoirs by Francis Lister Hawks (1865)
"He shared the fate of his party, though somewhat later, through the influence of Marat, and was guillotined at the early age of twenty-eight 1st November, ..."

2. The Annual Register edited by Edmund Burke (1908)
"... Shop Hours, Old Age Pensions—News in War Time—Budget Resolutions Disposed of—Territorial and Reserve Forces Bill to be guillotined—Difficulties of the ..."

3. The Early Diary of Frances Burney, 1768-1778: With a Selection from Her by Fanny Burney (1889)
"... she went to live in Paris among what was left un- guillotined of the best French Society, it was said by Mme. de Tesse that " Mme. ..."

4. The French in America During the War of Independence of the United States by Thomas Balch (1891)
"... La Fayette—Difference between the American Revolution and the French Revolution—List of the guillotined—Influence of the ideas that the nobility brought ..."

5. Annals of the Wars of the Eighteenth Century: Compiled from the Most by Edward Cust (1862)
"THE SUCCESSFUL GENERAL HOUCHARD guillotined. We know that Carnot was present and took part in these affairs, and it is to be presumed that it was on his ..."

6. Paris in 1789-94: Farewell Letters of Victims of the Guillotine by John Goldworth Alger (1902)
"... OF ROBESPIERRE Duplay Household—Habits—Last Speech—Insurrection of Commune— Captured—guillotined—His Notebook—Character DISLIKE him as we may, and must, ..."

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