controlled (part of speech: verb)
dominated, ordered, overseen, commanded, led, supervised, presided, controlled, bridled, oversaw, superintended, directed, governed, administered, disciplined, ruled, piloted, steered, managed, harnessed
acted (part of speech: verb)
killed (part of speech: verb)
killed, sacrificed, eliminated, drowned, hanged, purged, butchered, smitten, done in, smote, asphyxiated, murdered, dispatched, done away with, slain, suffocated, liquidated, slew, removed, snuffed, massacred, strangled, put to sleep, assassinated, iced, exterminated, chilled, did away with, smothered, slaughtered, did in
effected (part of speech: verb)
produced (part of speech: verb)
caused (part of speech: verb)
evoked, provoked, induced, gave rise to, motivated, elicited, brought, generated, enforced, caused, given rise to, drove, engendered, driven, made, originated, produced, effected, inspired, forced, engineered
completed (part of speech: verb)
punished (part of speech: verb)
castigated, tried, afflicted, avenged, reprised, distressed, incarcerated, chastised, persecuted, corrected, pilloried, burdened, fined, chastened, agonized, judged, imprisoned, lambasted, penalized, punished, keelhauled, confined, sentenced, anguished, crucified, tortured
- If she begged to be given occupation of some sort, they set her a task that had perforce to be executed in solitude. - "The Outcaste", F. E. Penny.
- It must be now, this moment, executed. - "Mary Stuart A Tragedy", Frederich Schiller.
- Confound these machine minds that spring their surprises as fully executed plans! - "The Last Shot", Frederick Palmer.