move out, give someone the giggles, set off, absent, put to death, get, cut down, finish up, make, finish off, mop up, finish, shoot, take, clear up, wrap up, polish off, camp it up, claim, crack up, zap, send off, discharge, put away, destroy, strike, croak, reach, tickle, off, break up, complete, collide with, mangle, impinge on, score, crease up, carry off, stumble, withdraw, knock off, take out, help, rack up, study at kill, attain, get rid of, get through, pip, bump off, neutralize, waste, tally, cut off, hit, take away, take someone's life, whack, mutilate, eat up, bring the house down, tickle someone's fancy, arrive at, gain, despatch, clown, run into, rub out, terminate, wipe out, transfer, come to, fell
kill (part of speech: verb)
chill, dispatch, put to sleep, eliminate, drown, exterminate, assassinate, ice, kill, slaughter, suffocate, liquidate, do in, sacrifice, massacre, execute, snuff, do away with, murder, remove, smite, smother, strangle, purge, asphyxiate, hang, butcher
- Thus having said he took his bow meaning to shoot him, but Croesus started up and ran out: and so since he could not shoot him, he gave orders to his attendants to take and slay him. - "The History Of Herodotus Volume 1(of 2)", Herodotus.
- At the first sign of treachery, fall upon him with all thy men and slay him. - "The Outlaw of Torn", Edgar Rice Burroughs.
- I have long hoped that a hero might come who would be brave enough to slay the dragon. - "Opera Stories from Wagner", Florence Akin.