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1. wheedle

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2. amplitude, abundance, full measure, more than enough, repletion; plenty, plenteousness, plenitude; sumptuousness, lavishness, prodigality, extravagance, plethora.
3. gift, present, charitable bequest; donation, grant, gratuity; largess, good turn, benefaction. munificent, 1. bountiful, bounteous, liberal, free, free-handed, open-handed, generous, free with one's money; ungrudging, unsparing, unstinting; big-hearted, hospitable, beneficent; charitable, altruistic, unselfish; almsgiving, public-spirited, philanthropic, humanitarian.
2. plentiful, plenteous, ample, abundant; abounding, copious, rich, prodigal, extravagant, luxuriant; more than generous, more than enough, more than adequate; royal, princely, kingly; sumptuous, lavish, profuse. munition, n. 1. Usu. munitions weapons, armaments, arms, firearms; guns, ordnance, artillery, cannon, battery, siege artillery, field artillery, anti-aircraft guns; ammunition, bullets, gunpowder, powder and shot, shot, shrapnel, dum-dums; explosives, bombs, rockets, screaming-meemies, V-2 rockets; rockets, missiles; torpedoes, depth charges, mines, land mines, floating mines; hand grenades, rifle grenades; TNT, poison gas, napalm, atomic bombs, hydrogen bombs, neutron bombs.
2. material, materiel, military stores, supplies; equipment, equipage, gear, kit, outfit, apparatus, tackle, rig; trappings, fittings, appointments, accouterments, appurtenances, things; impedimenta, paraphernalia, furnishings, provisions; implements, tools, instruments. murder,
n. 1. manslaughter, slaying, killing, (in India) thuggee, bloody or foul killing or slaying, assassination, Sl. hit, dispatch, shooting; strangulation, strangling, choking, garotte, garotting, throttling; lynching, hanging, Euph. necktie party; asphyxiation, suffocation, smothering, burking; stabbing, knifing, running through, impalement; decapitation, decollation, beheading; lapidation, stoning; drowning, burning, poisoning; homicide, patricide, matricide, parricide, fratricide, sororicide, uxoricide, infanticide, regicide, vaticide.
2. butchery, massacre, carnage, slaughter, blood bath, bloodshed, effusion of blood, fusillade of blood; wholesale
or general slaughter, mass-killing, mass-slaying, mass-homicide, mass-execution, mass-destruc-tion; decimation, liquidation, blotting or wiping out, genocide, pogrom, holocaust, Euph., Hist. Final Solution, extermination, obliteration, organized murder, elimination.
3. murder will out exposure, exposd, exposition, revelation, disclosure, divulgence, divulgation, unfolding, unmasking, laying open, laying bare, muckraking, publication; discovery, detection.
-v. 4. kill, slay, assassinate, poison, do to death, liquidate, blot
or wipe out, put an end to, get rid of, put away, put out of the way, silence; carry off, remove, dispatch, finish, finish off, do for, fix, settle, lay out, lay low, Inf. put the kibosh on; All Sl. off, hit, zap, waste, croak, eighty six, snuff out, take off, rub out, bump off, knock off, polish off, give [s.o.] the works or the business; All Euph. send west, take for a ride, put [s.o.] out of his misery.
5. shoot, shoot down, riddle,
Inf. blow [s.o.'s] brains out, Inf. pump [s.o.] full of lead; club, beat, batter, pound, hammer, brain, blackjack, Inf. knock or beat [s.o.'s] brains out; choke, strangle, throttle, stifle, garotte, Sl. scrag; knife, stab, cut [s.o.'s] throat, jugulate, cut, cut down, bayonet, pierce, run through, put to the sword, impale, spear, lance, Euph. let the daylight in; smother, suffocate, asphyxiate, burke; execute, put to death, behead, decapitate, guillotine, decollate, hang, gibbet, lynch, Sl. string up, Sl. stretch, stone, lapidate, burn, burn at the stake, drown.

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