Sentences Containing 'decapitate'
All the top SecBu people are on the station, and activating a super-transmitter would fry the brains of everyone aboard. It is the supreme chance to decapitate the conspiracy, who plan to use their control over the super-suppressor to cement their power, threatening to turn it off if their demands are not met.
Apple starts hallucinating that House plans to decapitate her.
Even later the knife was just a simple formality and the swordsman would decapitate before the subject could reach for it.
Food is typically swallowed whole, though early in the original "Tremors" film, they are shown to dismember and decapitate their prey.
He also has a third arm hidden on his back that holds a sword for catching opponents off guard, which he used to decapitate Afro's father; Justice would try to use the same tactic on Afro but he failed.
The spell forced the serpent to decapitate and burn into pieces.
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::: flippant - lacking proper seriousness; Ex. flippant remarks about death; N. flippancy
::: nutrition - process of nourishing or being nourished; CF. malnutrition
::: animadversion - critical remark; V. animadvert: comment critically with disapproval
::: gloss_over - explain away with the intention of deceiving or hiding faults
::: grate - make a harsh noise; have an unpleasant effect; shred by rubbing against a rough surface; Ex. grated cheese N: framework of metal bars to hold fuel in a fireplace
::: canny - shrewd in money matters; thrifty
::: hardy - (of people or animals) sturdy; robust; (of plants) able to stand inclement(stormy) weather
::: asperity - sharpness; roughness; severity (of temper or weather); Ex. asperities of a Russian winter
::: parochial - narrow in scope or outlook; provincial; related to parishes