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hom·i·cid·al

 (hŏm′ĭ-sīd′l, hō′mĭ-)
adj.
1. Of or relating to homicide.
2. Capable of or conducive to homicide: a homicidal rage.

hom′i·cid′al·ly adv.
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homicidal

(ˌhɒmɪˈsaɪdəl)
adj
1. of, involving, or characterized by homicide
2. likely to commit homicide: a homicidal maniac.
ˌhomiˈcidally adv
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hom•i•cid•al

(ˌhɒm əˈsaɪd l, ˌhoʊ mə-)

adj.
1. of or pertaining to homicide.
2. having an inclination to commit homicide.
[1715–25]
hom`i•cid′al•ly, adv.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.homicidal - characteristic of or capable of or having a tendency toward killing another human being ; "a homicidal rage"; "murderous thugs"
bloody - having or covered with or accompanied by blood; "a bloody nose"; "your scarf is all bloody"; "the effects will be violent and probably bloody"; "a bloody fight"
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homicidal

adjective murderous, deadly, lethal, maniacal, death-dealing That man is a homicidal maniac.
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homicidal

adjective
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Translations
مُتَعَلِّق بالقَتْل
vražedný
mord-morderisk
morîfús, morîóîur
cinayet/adam öldürmeyle ilgilicinayete eğilimli

homicidal

[ˌhɒmɪˈsaɪdl] ADJhomicida
homicidal maniacmaniaco/a m/f con tendencias homicidas
to feel homicidal (fig) → sentirse capaz de matar a alguien, tener ganas de matar a alguien
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homicidal

[ˌhɒmɪˈsaɪdəl] adj [thoughts, tendencies] → homicide, criminel(le); [person] → criminel(le)
homicidal maniac → maniaque homicide
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homicidal

adj (= murderous) persongemeingefährlich; that man is a homicidal maniacdieser Mann ist ein mordgieriger Verrückter; he is potentially homicidal, he has homicidal tendencieser könnte zum Mörder werden; homicidal fury or rageMordrausch m
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homicidal

[ˌhɒmɪˈsaɪdl] adjomicida
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homicide

(ˈhomisaid) noun
the killing of one person by another. He has been found guilty of homicide.
ˌhomiˈcidal adjective
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References in classic literature ?
He imagined that his superior held him in contempt, and so he chafed and fumed inwardly until one evening his madness became suddenly homicidal. He fingered the butt of the revolver at his hip, his eyes narrowed and his brows contracted.
In my opinion he's just a homicidal megalomaniac with a turn for science.
I didn't think further forward for many reasons, more or less optimistic, but mainly because I have no homicidal vein in my composition.
Mad though she must have been, she evidently was not so mad but what she had connected the loud report, the diminutive weapon, and the sudden death of the man in whose house she dwelt, for she instantly desisted and quite as suddenly as it had come upon her, her homicidal mood departed.
The brief entries referred to the various occasions on which Hester Dethridge had again and again seen the terrible apparition of herself, and had again and again resisted the homicidal frenzy roused in her by the hideous creation of her own distempered brain.
Solely by her exertions and sacrifices, a criminal charge, involving an element of fantastic and homicidal brutality for which he might well have been sentenced to Siberia, was hushed up.
"This idea occurred to me, and did not leave me; it is of this homicidal thought that I now bear the punishment."
And I knew well enough also that my double there was no homicidal ruffian.
Tell him for me that I have quite made up my mind, and that it is certain that a dangerous homicidal lunatic, with Napoleonic delusions, was in his house last night.
Hans tried to conceal his homicidal mania, and he would say to his wife: "By and by you will want me to kill him, and then I will not kill him.
Data regarding age, gender, marital status, residence, motive (intentional, accidental, homicidal), type of poisoning, duration of hospitalisation and outcome were noted on a specifically designed per forma.
"In view of the evidence of the medical professionals who comprised the first medical board and in light of the medical literature, this court rejects the plea of the prosecution that the medical evidence unmistakably and conclusively proves that the death was homicidal," the court said.