Instead of dying on a gurney from lethal injection, they will die in prison of natural causes (or maybe violence).
She arrived at the hospital to see Karmari dead on a gurney, Benson rocking back and forth in a chair beside him.
“Britney is out of her mind; she is strapped to a gurney,” Gladstone said.
The night of his execution, DeLuna was strapped to a gurney in the execution chamber.
Lockett began to convulse violently, his head and chest rising up off the gurney multiple times as he called out, “Oh, man.”
When Mr. gurney was told this, he asked whether the language was English, and what sort of English it was.
On the following day, Mr. gurney drove out to look at the property.
gurney applied his steam-jet to other purposes than propelling locomotives and exciting the ardour of furnaces in ironworks.
At last Miss gurney and the niece decided to return to England.
Miss gurney was rapidly filling an exercise book with an abstract, and was keeping up a conversation as well.
by 1921, of unknown origin. It also is a surname.
gurney gur·ney (gûr'nē)
n. pl. gur·neys
A metal stretcher with wheeled legs, used for transporting patients.