carnage definition

  • noun:
    • significant slaughter, as with war; a massacre.
    • Corpses, specifically of the killed in battle.
    • Death and destruction.
    • exactly what continues to be after a massacre, age. g. the corpses or gore.
    • Flesh of slain creatures or men.
    • Great destruction of life, as with battle; bloodshed; slaughter; massacre; murder; havoc.
    • The skin of slain animals; lots of skin, as with shambles.
    • The flesh that's directed at puppies following the chase.
    • Great destruction of men or animals by bloody violence; slaughter; butchery; massacre.
    • Synonyms Butchery, etc. See massacre, letter.
    • the savage and extortionate killing of several folks
  • others:
    • To strew or protect with carnage or slaughtered bodies: as, “that carnaged simple,”

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