or ga·rote, ga·rotte, gar·rotte
verb (used with object), gar·rot·ed, gar·rot·ing.
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Origin of garrote
OTHER WORDS FROM garrotegar·rot·er, noun
Example sentences from the Web for garrote
Genealogically genuine enough, my poor Czar,—that needed to be garroted so very soon!History of Friedrich II. of Prussia, Vol. XX. (of XXI.)|Thomas Carlyle
It fell upon me; I was seized, garroted, gagged, and guarded by the police.A Start in Life|Honore de Balzac
Our friend inquired of him how many he had garroted: "How can one tell?"A Trip to Cuba|Julia Ward Howe
The prior said that, if the religious were garroted, his Holiness would publish them as martyrs.
On returning that evening from the theatre he is garroted and robbed of all he has with him.