assassinate

Slain vs Assassinate - What's the difference?

slain | assassinate |


As nouns the difference between slain and assassinate

is that slain is while assassinate is (obsolete) assassination, murder.

As an adjective slain

is .

As a verb assassinate is

to murder someone, especially an important person, by a sudden or obscure attack, especially for ideological or political reasons.

Assassinate vs Eliminate - What's the difference?

assassinate | eliminate |


As verbs the difference between assassinate and eliminate

is that assassinate is to murder someone, especially an important person, by a sudden or obscure attack, especially for ideological or political reasons while eliminate is
to completely destroy (something) so that it no longer exists
.

As a noun assassinate

is (obsolete) assassination, murder.

Assassinate vs Null - What's the difference?

assassinate | null |


As nouns the difference between assassinate and null

is that assassinate is (obsolete) assassination, murder while null is zero, nil; the cardinal number before einn.

As a verb assassinate

is to murder someone, especially an important person, by a sudden or obscure attack, especially for ideological or political reasons.

Assassinate vs Exterminate - What's the difference?

assassinate | exterminate |


As verbs the difference between assassinate and exterminate

is that assassinate is to murder someone, especially an important person, by a sudden or obscure attack, especially for ideological or political reasons while exterminate is to kill all of a population, usually deliberate and especially applied to pests.

As a noun assassinate

is (obsolete) assassination, murder.

Assassinate vs Slaughter - What's the difference?

assassinate | slaughter |


As a verb assassinate

is to murder someone, especially an important person, by a sudden or obscure attack, especially for ideological or political reasons.

As a noun assassinate

is (obsolete) assassination, murder.

As a proper noun slaughter is

.

Assassinate vs Destroy - What's the difference?

assassinate | destroy | Related terms |

Assassinate is a related term of destroy.


As verbs the difference between assassinate and destroy

is that assassinate is to murder someone, especially an important person, by a sudden or obscure attack, especially for ideological or political reasons while destroy is
to damage beyond use or repair
.

As a noun assassinate

is (obsolete) assassination, murder.

Revive vs Assassinate - What's the difference?

revive | assassinate |


As verbs the difference between revive and assassinate

is that revive is to return to life; to recover life or strength; to live anew; to become reanimated or reinvigorated while assassinate is to murder someone, especially an important person, by a sudden or obscure attack, especially for ideological or political reasons.

As a noun assassinate is

(obsolete) assassination, murder.

Assassinate vs End - What's the difference?

assassinate | end |


As nouns the difference between assassinate and end

is that assassinate is (obsolete) assassination, murder while end is a key that when pressed causes the cursor to go to the last character of the current line.

As a verb assassinate

is to murder someone, especially an important person, by a sudden or obscure attack, especially for ideological or political reasons.

Assassinate vs Cancel - What's the difference?

assassinate | cancel | Related terms |

Assassinate is a related term of cancel.


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between assassinate and cancel

is that assassinate is (obsolete) an assassin while cancel is (obsolete) an inclosure; a boundary; a limit.

As verbs the difference between assassinate and cancel

is that assassinate is to murder someone, especially an important person, by a sudden or obscure attack, especially for ideological or political reasons while cancel is to cross out something with lines etc.

As nouns the difference between assassinate and cancel

is that assassinate is (obsolete) assassination, murder while cancel is a cancellation (us ); (nonstandard in some kinds of english).

Assassinate vs Butcher - What's the difference?

assassinate | butcher | Related terms |

Assassinate is a related term of butcher.


As a verb assassinate

is to murder someone, especially an important person, by a sudden or obscure attack, especially for ideological or political reasons.

As a noun assassinate

is (obsolete) assassination, murder.

As a proper noun butcher is

for a butcher.

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