executing

[ UK /ˈɛksɪkjˌuːtɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ˈɛksəkˌjutɪŋ/ ]
NOUN
  1. putting a condemned person to death
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How To Use executing In A Sentence

  • When we were content that Nicole had mastered her glide and looked fabulous executing it, we were left with one final detail before it was time for her big reveal.
  • Because of the heavy ordnance load, he continued with the takeoff, instead of executing a highspeed abort.
  • Lee was obviously the best player, executing his shots, serves and volleys with the greatest of ease.
  • Philibert,” said the knight, executing a demivolt, in order to hide his emotion. Novels by Eminent Hands
  • Picture it to yourself -- a hard-bitten, joy-loving sea-cuny, irresponsible, unaware ever of past or future, wining and dining with kings, the accepted lover of a princess, and with brains like Hamel's and Yunsan's to do all planning and executing for me. Chapter 15
  • Further, there is no reason why a legatee cannot effectively renounce his entitlement to shares without executing a deed.
  • Every move was deliberate and purposeful, almost as if she were executing some sort of martial art act.
  • The subprocessor was linked to the warp core, and was counting down before executing an unknown subprogram. STRANGE NEW WORLDS
  • They are clever, even brilliant planners, who are now executing the first blatantly overt phase of their attack.
  • Which is why, I guess, he seems happiest when executing baroque and extreme forms of punishment.
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