All Verb Adjective
382 examples (0.05 sec)
  • The dead child would be cut or mutilated so he or she would not return.
  • She is believed to have died when she saw her father's mutilated head.
  • When the train was stopped the body was found to be very much mutilated.
  • How should I do this so as to mutilate the material as little as possible? Cited from Amusements in Mathematics, by Henry Ernest Dudeney
  • It was during this time that he began self-mutilating to an extreme degree.
  • And to think it's the women who mutilate men like that! Cited from A Soldier of the Legion, by C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson
  • They find the mutilated remains of their friends buried in the snow.
  • When he did not return, a scouting party eventually found his mutilated body.
  • The remains of the eight dead were found in a mutilated state.
  • According to some reports many of the bodies had been mutilated, some beyond recognition.
  • No body, living or dead -- no remains of man, mutilated or otherwise! Cited from The Lone Ranche, by Captain Mayne Reid
  • The bodies were so mutilated that no official cause of death was determined and the case was closed.
  • Within the last fifty years it has been frequently issued, entire or mutilated, in a popular form. Cited from Life And Adventures Of Peter Wilkins, Vol. I. (of II.), Robert Paltock
  • It was never completed, and what remains of it have been mutilated.
  • Women caught in same-sex acts could be mutilated and executed as well.
  • Her body is found mutilated but it may not be hers after all.
  • Most of this manuscript has been mutilated and a large number of leaves have been cut away.
  • The few bodies they find are either mutilated, or reveal some strange form of death.
  • However, he was more concerned about the effect that the sight of his mutilated face would have on his wife.
  • Just a few days after her death, the mutilated bodies of four media professionals were discovered.
  • Next »

How mutilate gets used

Words starting with mutilate

Meaning of mutilate

  • verb Destroy or injure severely
    The madman mutilates art work
  • verb Destroy or injure severely
    mutilated bodies