56 adjectives to describe massacre

Wholesale massacres were committed throughout the country, until at last the conscience of Europe rose up against these cruel butcheries, and the court itself removed the sanguinary Baron from the scene of his inhuman exploits.

From Allahabad Lord Elgin proceeded by railway to Cawnpore; where, on the 11th of February, he took part in the impressive ceremony of the consecration of the Well, and other spots in its vicinity, containing the remains of the victims of the dreadful massacres which occurred at that place in 1857.

The continuous and simultaneous affirmation of this desire, in all the belligerent countries, can alone put a stop to the bloody massacre before the complete exhaustion of all the peoples concerned.

Under the call of the president for 600,000 men Minnesota was called upon to furnish five regimentsthe Sixth, Seventh, Eighth, Ninth and Tenthand the requisition had been partially filled and the men mustered in when the news reached St. Paul that open hostilities had commenced at the upper agency, and an indiscriminate massacre of the whites was taking place.

Horrible massacres and conflagrations followed, the reports of which, when brought to the mother-country, were so terrible, that the Assembly abolished the decree in favour of the Free People of Colour in the same year.

Procures an authenticated account of the treacherous massacre at Calabar.

The distinction was not fully realized by the Pagan world till the cruel and wholesale massacre of the Christians by the pseudo-Messiah Barchochebas in the reign of Adrian opened their eyes to the fact of the irreconcilable differences which existed between the two religions.

These judicial massacres are now become common, and the repetition of them has destroyed at once the feeling of humanity and the sense of justice.

Robespierre and other self-constituted leaders in Paris held sway for a while, and the most frightful massacres of nobles and priests ensued.

The most notable was that of 1875, instigated by Stambulóv, the future dictator, in sympathy with the outbreak in Montenegro, Hercegovina, and Bosnia of that year; the result of this and of similar movements in 1876 was the series of notorious Bulgarian massacres in that year.

There were but few troops in the city at the time of the outbreak, and as the insurgents, who were composed of the Turkish and Arab population, were in league with the Aneyzehs of the Desert, the least faltering or delay would have led to a universal massacre of the Christians.

The boldness and suddenness of these fearful massacres so alarmed the people exposed to them that in May, 1690, delegates from Massachusetts, Plymouth, Connecticut, and New York met at New York city to devise a plan of attack on the French.

And yet he might have spent some more words on the inhuman massacre of Paris and other parts of France, which no provocation (and yet the King had the greatest possible) could excuse, or much extenuate.

Of this description was the brutal massacre in April last, by order of General Marquez, of three American physicians who were seized in the hospital at Tacubaya while attending upon the sick and the dying of both parties, and without trial, as without crime, were hurried away to speedy execution.

There will be no hope of peace until the peoples of the world recognize their brotherhood and refuse to be led to the shambles for mutual massacre.

" Such was the awful massacre of Glencoe, an event which has left an indelible and execrable stain upon the memory of William of Orange.

She had become contemptible in the eyes of her husband, she was deserted by her mother, hated by her brother, despised by her co-religionists from the licentiousness of her life, and detested by the Protestants as the cause, however innocently, of the fatal massacre of their friends and leaders.

As it is, OTHELLO ends with a complicated massacre worthy of the Bowery Theatre in its bloodiest days.

The Citadel of Cairo is also fraught with the recollections of an event which startled all Europe within the memory of many of the present generationthe massacre of the Mamelukes.

His name is stained with the hideous massacres of the Hereros in South-West Africa.

As it is, OTHELLO ends with a complicated massacre worthy of the Bowery Theatre in its bloodiest days.

And so a quite imaginary Indian massacre conveniently appeared in the American news of the day and helped to form the kind of public opinion which was ardently desired by the party of revolt.

Rumours of an impending massacre reached Mush before the end of 1914, at a time when the massacres across the frontier had begun.

Incessant massacre of female innocents has changed the proportions of the sexes and perverted their relations.

(At the rejoicings on this occasion the infamous massacre of La Saint Barthélémy took place.)

56 adjectives to describe  massacre