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murderous

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmurderousmur‧der‧ous /ˈmɜːdərəs $ ˈmɜːr-/ adjective  1 KILLvery dangerous and likely to kill people a murderous attack murderous drug dealers2 murderous look/expression/glare etcmurderously adverb
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murderousCheating made him squirm; it made him nervous and murderous.If the sun came out now it would be murderous.Miranda kicked her dressing table, feeling murderous.She had hit him at lunchtime - her feelings now were even more murderous.a murderous attackIn the story several people were fleeing in a car from several cars full of murderous enemies following them.In convulsed countries around the world, too much food donated by well-meaning people feeds murderous gunmen instead of needy families.A fierce, murderous jealousy lanced through Meredith.She had stopped giving me murderous looks and seemed quite bright-eyed as we got ourselves ready to leave the ship.Stalin's murderous regime
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