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Noun
/ˈmərdərər/,
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murderers, plural;
  1. A person who commits murder; a killer
    • - convicted murderers

  1. a criminal who commits homicide (who performs the unlawful premeditated killing of another human being)
  2. (murder) mangle: alter so as to make unrecognizable; "The tourists murdered the French language"
  3. (murdered) killed unlawfully; "the murdered woman"; "lay a wreath on murdered Lincoln's bier"
  4. Murderer is a 2009 Hong Kong mystery thriller film directed by Roy Chow, and starring Aaron Kwok. The film centers on a police detective investigating a series of gruesome murderers. As the case pulls him deeper, he soon realizes that he may be a prime suspect. ...
  5. Murderer is a 1975 comedy/thriller play written by Anthony Shaffer. Set in Dorset, England, the play tells the story of Norman Bartholomew, a painter who is obsessed with famous murderers of the past. ...
  6. Murderer is a 10" EP by Duluth, Minnesota slowcore group Low, released in 2003. Limited to 2000 copies worldwide. ...
  7. "The Murderer" (1953) is a short story by Ray Bradbury, published in his collection The Golden Apples of the Sun.
  8. (Murder!) Murder! (1930) is a film directed by Alfred Hitchcock based on a novel and play called Enter Sir John by Clemence Dane and Helen Simpson. The film stars Herbert Marshall and Norah Baring. It was Hitchcock's third all-talkie film, after Juno and the Paycock and Blackmail.
  9. (Murder (ashlee simpson song)) Bittersweet World is the third studio album by singer Ashlee Simpson. It was released in the United States on April 22, 2008.Jonathan Cohen, , Billboard.com, March 17, 2008. Simpson worked on the album with producers Timbaland, Chad Hugo, and Kenna. ...
  10. (Murder (Australian law)) Murder is defined in the New South Wales (NSW) Crimes Act 1900 as follows: Under NSW law, the maximum penalty for murder is life imprisonment with a standard non-parole period of 20 years, or 25 years for the murder of a child under the age of 18 or of a police officer ...
  11. (Murder (Brazilian law)) In Brazil, homicide is punished under article 121 of the Penal Code. It is split into two different categories: homicídio doloso (where the agent acts with the intent to kill, or taking the risk of killing as being a predictable consequence of his or her acts), and ...
  12. (Murder (Danish law)) In Denmark manddrab (manslaughter) is the term used by the Danish penalty law to describe the act of intentionally killing another person. No distinction between manslaughter and murder exists. ...
  13. (Murder (darts)) Cricket is a darts game that uses the standard 20 number dartboard with the treble and double rings. It is known by various names in Britain, including "Mickey Mouse" Darts Words Dictionary, "Horse and Carriage", "Coach and Horses", "The Game", "Faldo" and "Beds and Bulls".
  14. (Murder (Dutch law)) By Dutch law, murder (moord) is punishable by a maximum sentence of life imprisonment, which is the longest prison sentence the law allows. ...
  15. (Murder (England and Wales law)) In English law, murder is considered the most serious form of homicide, in which one person kills another either intending to cause death or intending to cause serious injury (originally termed malice aforethought even though it requires neither malice nor ...
  16. A person who commits murder
  17. (murder) An act of deliberate killing of another human being; (law) The crime of deliberate killing; (When used as a predicative noun): Something terrible to endure; The collective noun for crows; To deliberately kill (a person or persons); (sports, figuratively, colloquial) To defeat ...
  18. Murderers will not be allowed in the consent only area. If they become a murderer while in the consent only area (because they are reported after they journey to that area) they will be removed from the consent area.
  19. (murder (n)) something excellent or terrific. Ex. "That's solid murder, gate!"
  20. To see murder committed in your dreams, foretells much sorrow arising from the misdeeds of others. Affair will assume dulness. Violent deaths will come under your notice. ...
  21. (Murder) The unlawful killing of a human being with deliberate intent to kill. Murder in the first degree is characterized by premeditation; murder in the second degree is characterized by a sudden and instantaneous intent to kill or to cause injury without caring whether the injury kills or not ...
  22. (Murder) The willful (nonnegligent) killing of one human being by another.
  23. (Murder) Intentionally and maliciously killing someone.
  24. (MURDER) A word used by the Tea Party to describe all forms of abortion, also the act of removing life support from brain-dead patients.