murderous (Meaning)

Wordnet

murderous (s)

characteristic of or capable of or having a tendency toward killing another human being

Webster

murderous (a.)

Of or pertaining to murder; characterized by, or causing, murder or bloodshed; having the purpose or quality of murder; bloody; sanguinary; as, the murderous king; murderous rapine; murderous intent; a murderous assault.

murderous Sentence Examples

  1. The murderous gaze in his eyes sent shivers down her spine.
  2. The streets were a breeding ground for murderous intent.
  3. The detective uncovered a trail of murderous clues leading to a sinister secret.
  4. The bloody weapon was a chilling testament to the murderer's murderous rage.
  5. The news of the murderous rampage spread like wildfire through the city.
  6. The jury found the defendant guilty of cold-blooded, murderous intent.
  7. The murderous plot twisted and turned, ensnaring innocent victims in its web.
  8. The executioner's ax hung heavy in the air, poised to end a murderous reign.
  9. The victims' families were haunted by the murderous memories that stole their loved ones.
  10. The once-peaceful neighborhood transformed into a scene of murderous violence.

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The murderous gaze in his eyes sent shivers down her spine.

The streets were a breeding ground for murderous intent.

The detective uncovered a trail of murderous clues leading to a sinister secret.

The bloody weapon was a chilling testament to the murderer's murderous rage.