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garotte

(ɡəˈrɒt)
n, vb
(Historical Terms) a variant spelling of garrotte
gaˈrotter n

garotte


Past participle: garotted
Gerund: garotting

Imperative
garotte
garotte
Present
I garotte
you garotte
he/she/it garottes
we garotte
you garotte
they garotte
Preterite
I garotted
you garotted
he/she/it garotted
we garotted
you garotted
they garotted
Present Continuous
I am garotting
you are garotting
he/she/it is garotting
we are garotting
you are garotting
they are garotting
Present Perfect
I have garotted
you have garotted
he/she/it has garotted
we have garotted
you have garotted
they have garotted
Past Continuous
I was garotting
you were garotting
he/she/it was garotting
we were garotting
you were garotting
they were garotting
Past Perfect
I had garotted
you had garotted
he/she/it had garotted
we had garotted
you had garotted
they had garotted
Future
I will garotte
you will garotte
he/she/it will garotte
we will garotte
you will garotte
they will garotte
Future Perfect
I will have garotted
you will have garotted
he/she/it will have garotted
we will have garotted
you will have garotted
they will have garotted
Future Continuous
I will be garotting
you will be garotting
he/she/it will be garotting
we will be garotting
you will be garotting
they will be garotting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been garotting
you have been garotting
he/she/it has been garotting
we have been garotting
you have been garotting
they have been garotting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been garotting
you will have been garotting
he/she/it will have been garotting
we will have been garotting
you will have been garotting
they will have been garotting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been garotting
you had been garotting
he/she/it had been garotting
we had been garotting
you had been garotting
they had been garotting
Conditional
I would garotte
you would garotte
he/she/it would garotte
we would garotte
you would garotte
they would garotte
Past Conditional
I would have garotted
you would have garotted
he/she/it would have garotted
we would have garotted
you would have garotted
they would have garotted
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.garotte - an instrument of execution for execution by strangulationgarotte - an instrument of execution for execution by strangulation
instrument of execution - an instrument designed and used to take the life of a condemned person
Verb1.garotte - strangle with an iron collar; "people were garrotted during the Inquisition in Spain"
strangle, strangulate, throttle - kill by squeezing the throat of so as to cut off the air; "he tried to strangle his opponent"; "A man in Boston has been strangling several dozen prostitutes"
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British Waterways river manager Alan Slater says the ropes have been deliberately positioned in a sick attempt to garotte jet skiers.
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