massacre / ˈmæs ə kər /


massacre2 个定义

n. 名词 noun
  1. the unnecessary, indiscriminate killing of a large number of human beings or animals, as in barbarous warfare or persecution or for revenge or plunder.
  2. a general slaughter, as of persons or animals: the massacre of millions during the war.
  3. Informal. a crushing defeat, especially in sports.
v. 有主动词 verb

mas·sa·cred, mas·sa·cring.

  1. to kill unnecessarily and indiscriminately, especially a large number of persons.
  2. Informal. to defeat decisively, especially in sports.

massacre 近义词

n. 名词 noun

killing of many

v. 动词 verb

kill, often in great numbers


  1. God was in the room when you made a massacre out of someone’s child.
  2. Once he first learned about the massacre, Solomon-Simmons wanted to spread the word as widely as possible.
  3. He also worked on an unsuccessful 2003 lawsuit stemming from the massacre.
  4. Like many other race riots and massacres in the South and in Florida, once the events left the front page of the newspapers, they were buried.
  5. At Republicans’ convention in Cleveland in 2016, one month after the massacre at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, this president showed he could say “LGBT.”
  6. The massacre of cartoonists at the French magazine Charlie Hebdo is a crystallizing moment.
  7. Several Muslim sites in France, including mosques have been attacked or vandalized since the Charlie Hebdo massacre.
  8. What often is forgotten—and what Beck could probably stand to remember—is that the massacre was, technically, a firefight.
  9. Nearly two full months have passed since the student massacre that took place in the city of Iguala, Guerrero.
  10. Will “loyalty cards” be enough to stave of a Republican massacre of House Democrats on Tuesday?
  11. Those who escaped the massacre were hung upon the same trees on which the Frenchmen had previously been hung.
  12. There was the usual massacre, but this time the trees were cut down and the wells choked up.
  13. The sight of the awful carnage affected even the warworn Marshal, and made him exclaim, "What a massacre!"
  14. Native rumors had brought the news of the massacre at Cawnpore, though the ghastly tragedy of the Well was yet to come.
  15. It was during his reign that the fatal massacre of St. Bartholomews took place, which renders his name odious.