[ UK /hˌɒmɪsˈa‍ɪdə‍l/ ]
[ US /ˌhɑməˈsaɪdəɫ/ ]
  1. characteristic of or capable of or having a tendency toward killing another human being
    murderous thugs
    a homicidal rage
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How To Use homicidal In A Sentence

  • They're not irrational , potentially homicidal maniacs, to start!
  • Among them, he called them ‘foolish and homicidal corruptionists,’ and that was one of the weaker phrases that he used in describing these people.
  • I really need to mop the floors again, and the thought of buckets and disinfectant makes me virtually homicidal.
  • This thought makes some of us suicidal and homicidal, which is why it's good the month ends in the State Fair.
  • But you aren't paying for the function, you're paying for the design, and who amongst us does not want to turn our kitchen into the microcosmic eating lounge of Aperture Science, with helpful (albeit homicidal) recycling eggs (oviposited by glorious GLaDOS herself) pristinely hovering about, electronically warbling invitations to deposit our spare cans, or perhaps just our spleens, in their plastic, opalescent bellies? Boing Boing
  • They made him sound like a homicidal monster.
  • The "my friends" thing always creeps me out because that's what the "friendly angel" (played by Melvin Belli) always called the homicidal kids whose minds he was controlling in the Star Trek episode "And the Children Shall Lead. McCain Uses Image Of Petraeus In Uniform To Raise Money And Attack Obama
  • Well, we are dealing with a homicidal megalomaniac who has the capacity to do things that are beyond belief.
  • It also helps that we have at times shared certain homicidal tendencies. * evil purrr* The time spent, the appreciation, love and trust and affection I have for them both can be summarised into two simple words .... April 17th, 2004
  • Now our television shows are filled with confused men and women who philander, masturbate, harbor homicidal thoughts if not actions, take drugs freely, have anonymous sex, sabotage others and abuse themselves. Mickey Becomes a Rat And We All Like It: Why Are Our Heroes All Dark?
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