or ga·rote, ga·rotte, gar·rotte
verb (used with object), gar·rot·ed, gar·rot·ing.
Origin of garrote
Examples from the Web for garrote
Then, on the morning after Christmas in 1996, John found JonBenet crumpled in the wine cellar with a garrote sunk round her neck.
If the rascal does recover, what a beautiful subject for the garrote he will make.The Cruise of the Midge (Vol. II of 2)|Michael Scott
He cleared his throat as though to disembarrass it of a garrote.Greener Than You Think|Ward Moore
It wouldn't be safe for ye to git up and go out, for they'll folly ye and garrote ye afore ye could raich a safe place.Brave Tom|Edward S. Ellis