noun, verb (used with object), gar·rot·ted, gar·rot·ting.
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How to use garrotte in a sentence
I should go, even though I felt as sure as you do that the outcome will be the garrotte or a blank wall and a firing squad.
Dey garrotte de cap'en and crew, an' Charles go to turn de schooner.Rose Charlitte|Marshall Saunders
Garrotte, Garotte, gar-rot′, n. a Spanish mode of strangling criminals.
His soul shrank from the infamous garrotte, and he aspired to the indulgence of the cuatro tiros (four shots).History of Cuba; or, Notes of a Traveller in the Tropics|Maturin M. Ballou
I should call out to you though they had the garrotte at my neck.