But given the carnage and anarchy of today's developments, that may shift considerably and quickly.
Had Abdaly succeeded in getting his bomb into the mall, there would have been carnage.
People still die on the roads and always will, but we no longer suffer the carnage of the early 1960s.
But they apparently rejected the idea that Rana remained a dupe once the carnage in India had happened.
Is it worse to let your family starve or profit off the carnage?
After those disgraceful scenes of carnage peace was no longer possible.
The blood and carnage of Saratoga and of Monmouth had given him confidence.
Then ensued a scene of riot and carnage such as no human pen, or steel one either, could describe.
The memory of that awful day of carnage will be with me if I live to be a hundred.
Great was the carnage and blood flowed in streams on the fighting ships.
c.1600, from Middle French carnage (16c.), from Old Italian carnaggio "slaughter, murder," from Medieval Latin carnaticum "flesh," from Latin carnaticum "slaughter of animals," from carnem (nominative caro) "flesh," originally "a piece of flesh," from PIE root *(s)ker- (1) "to cut" (see shear (v.)). In English always used more of slaughters of men than beasts. Southey (1795) tried to make a verb of it.