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killed (part of speech: verb)
eliminated, massacred, dispatched, smothered, done in, iced, butchered, purged, did in, suffocated, asphyxiated, hanged, chilled, did away with, snuffed, slain, executed, strangled, liquidated, removed, exterminated, sacrificed, killed, assassinated, drowned, done away with, slaughtered, smitten, put to sleep, murdered, smote
- " Then," broke in Dick triumphantly- " Then beating up their colours The fight they did renew, And turning on the Spaniards, A thousand more they slew." - "The Drummer's Coat", J. W. Fortescue.
- I slew thee- I, O misery! - "The Seven Plays in English Verse", Sophocles.
- According to 588, 1168, he slew his brothers. - "Beowulf", Unknown.