Synonym: asphyxiate, choke, smother, suffocate. Similar words: wrangle, quadrangle, strange, stranger, estrangement, angle, dangle, bangle. Meaning: ['stræŋgl] v. 1. kill by squeezing the throat of so as to cut off the air 2. conceal or hide 3. die from strangulation 4. prevent the progress or free movement of 5. constrict (someone's) throat and keep from breathing 6. struggle for breath; have insufficient oxygen intake.
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1. I really want to strangle him.
2. He tried to strangle a border policeman and steal his gun.
3. It's perfectly natural that she should try to strangle the opposition to her plans at birth .
4. I could cheerfully strangle you for getting me into this mess!
5. She tried to strangle her baby and her lover helped her finish the evil deed .
6. Mahmud was trying to strangle Sheikh.
7. It also claims that McLean tried to strangle her.
8. She felt a hot urge to strangle the child, but controlled herself.
9. He said his father had tried to strangle him thirty or forty times or more.
10. Therefore, their secret agenda is how best to strangle the utilities with as much bureaucracy and red tape as possible.
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11. Agreed. I want to strangle Skip 2 mypoo.
12. He tried to strangle his opponent.
13. To strangle or decapitate ( a fowl ).
14. I've seen snakes strangle people and swallow then whole!
15. Parasitic vines that strangle the trees.
16. Tariffs put a strangle hold on trade.
17. Do you have emotions? Strangle them.
18. Falun Dafa's ideological nubbin is to strangle rational.
19. He give a strangle cry and fall to the floor.
20. Whenever she starts going on about her beloved son, I could cheerfully strangle her.
21. There is a great deal of fear that the new restrictions might strangle the country's economy.
22. Either you go down there of your own volition or I strangle you with my two bare hands.
23. Anxiety is love’s greatest killer. It makes others feel as you might when a drowning man holds on to you. You want to save him, but you know he will strangle you with his panic. Anais Nin
24. Surprisingly the outcome is coherent and tuneful, with the strangle of guitars contrasting quite beautifully with the relaxed voice.
25. Because of the intelligence I have provided, the Communists here have been able to strangle Masud's supply lines.
26. He slid his hands around her neck and tried to strangle her.
27. Joseph Hall had reportedly been kicked out of schools for violent behavior and once tried to strangle a teacher with a phone cord.
28. Most marathoner runners I know have at least one story about a marathon spectator who they wanted to strangle in the middle of their race.
29. I have visions of streets heaped with mangled corpses in which children wander crying for their parents, and babies gasp and strangle in the clutches of dead mothers.
30. Suddenly my shirt collar felt like it was starting to strangle me.
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