noun, verb (used with object), ga·rot·ted, ga·rot·ting.
Related formsga·rot·ter, noun
Definition for garotte (2 of 2)
or ga·rote, ga·rotte, gar·rotte
verb (used with object), gar·rot·ed, gar·rot·ing.
Origin of garrote
Related formsgar·rot·er, noun
Examples from the Web for garotte
Lajeunesse, Garotte, and Muroc were invaluable, each after his kind.
"He was a good enough fellow once," answered Garotte, watching Pomfrette.
His face was purple with anger; the stock that ran in many folds about his neck seemed like a garotte.Gilian The Dreamer|Neil Munro
Is he like Duclosse the mealman, or Lajeunesse the blacksmith, or Garotte the lime-burner-and the rest?
He could see the fat, wheezy Duclosse hesitate, but the arid, alert Garotte had determination in every motion and look.