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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcarnagecar‧nage /ˈkɑːnɪdʒ $ ˈkɑːr-/ noun [uncountable]  KILLwhen a lot of people are killed and injured, especially in a war a scene of terrible carnage
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carnageSoon the sharks are eating each other in a carnage such as you shall never see.They let their dark sides control their lives and actively seek opportunities to cause death and carnage.The next grim prospect is carnage following the PE2 results.Amidst scenes of carnage it was more than two hours before Muawad's death was officially announced.TV cameras broadcast scenes of terrible carnage to U.S. audiences.The foreign minister has asked ambassadors from several states to help end the carnage.The war was over. The carnage had ceased.His silent swearing changed to loud and repetitive cursing as he watched the carnage which followed.There was usually carnage, inhibited mainly by the water the traders had added to the whiskey.Contains war carnage, profanity and protracted suffering.
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