OTHER WORDS FROM garottega·rot·ter, noun
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How to use garotte in a sentence
Is he like Duclosse the mealman, or Lajeunesse the blacksmith, or Garotte the lime-burner-and the rest?
After this semi-religious procession, evening brought the march of Garotte's Kalathumpians.
For Americans who had dared to revolt, there was the gibbet and the garotte, or imprisonment in a dreary dungeon.Ponce de Leon|William Pilling
The pirates were defeated; Lopez was made prisoner, and died by the garotte, at Havana, on the 1st of September.Lands of the Slave and the Free|Henry A. Murray
He would come stealthily into my room and garotte me in a conversational way.