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
And they would know they were garroting a man, and not a weakling!Mayflower (Flor de mayo)|Vicente Blasco Ibez
In Boston garroting was common, and was only checked by Judge Russell sentencing all such subjects to the full extent of the law.Homo-culture|Martin Luther Holbrook
Mackenzie writhed and struggled, groping on the floor for something to strike Carlson with and break his garroting grip.The Flockmaster of Poison Creek|George W. Ogden
A "barbarous" whipping of the bare back was resorted to, and garroting subsided.The Galaxy|Various
To the question about having assisted in garroting Squire Brooks, he first said, I didnt do it.