assassinated, past participle; assassinated, past tense; assassinating, present participle; assassinates, 3rd person singular present;
Murder (an important person) in a surprise attack for political or religious reasons
murder; especially of socially prominent persons; "Anwar Sadat was assassinated because many people did not like his peace politics with Israel"
destroy or damage seriously, as of someone's reputation; "He assassinated his enemy's character"
(assassinated) murdered by surprise attack for political reasons; "the 20th century has seen too many assassinated leaders"
AssassiNation is the sixth album by Krisiun, released in 2006 on Century Media. It is dedicated in memory of Doc and Dimebag Darrell.
(Assassination (film)) , also known as The Assassin, is a 1964 film directed by Masahiro Shinoda.
Assassination, murder; An assassin; To murder someone, especially an important person, by a sudden or obscure attack, especially for ideological or political reasons; To harm, ruin, or defame severely or destroy by treachery, slander, libel, or obscure attack
(assassination) Terrorist groups may engage in assassination, but assassination is not terrorism. Assassination has a specific target, though other people may be killed or injured. Terrorists target a group of people, but generally choose specific victims randomly. If the Sept. ...
(Assassination (n)) an arrangement to meet a donkey.
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(Assassination) A game mode where two teams fight, with one 'target' on each team, indicated by a glow respective to the team color. If the 'target' on a team is killed, the round ends, the team with the surviving 'target' declared the victor.
(Assassination) Murder committed by a perpetrator without the personal provocation of the victim, who is usually a government official.
(Assassination) the actual death of a person or group of people by the state in order to cause another event or to remove political or civil opposition. The Assassination of the Crown Prince Franz Ferdinand of Austria-Hungary in 1914 led to the start of the First World War. ...
Character assassination is an attempt to tarnish [or destroy] a person’s reputation. … [resulting in] being rejected by his community, family, or members of his or her living or work environment. ...
(Assassinations) are a classic subject of conspiracy theories. The assassination of a prominent figure is a singular event which can dramatically change the course of public affairs. ...
To kill a human being unlawfully but for a non-personal, political, or religious reason deemed justifiable to the killer.
v. to kill (used with famous people or leaders)
To hoy doon. First used after a UB86LV reason for leaving job form arrived from a claimant, who claimed his treatment by his employer had been tantamount to Character Assassination.