Meaning of decapitator in English:



See decapitate

‘He would have known that the chosen instrument of revolutionary vengeance was the guillotine, that relentless mechanical decapitator which made the streets of Paris run with royal and aristocratic blood.’
  • ‘What's she doing in a world of murderers, rapists, torturers, sadists, blood drinkers, decapitators and pimps?’
  • ‘The ALF, which is simply the name adopted by people who act illegally in behalf of animal rights, breaks inanimate objects such as stereotaxic devices and decapitators in order to save lives.’
  • ‘The 7950 decapitator cuts cleanly and quickly through bone and tissue.’
  • ‘Garcia Márquez, who had won the Nobel prize for literature the previous year, wrote that the ‘legendary and ferocious Nepalese decapitators,’ wielding ‘assassins’ scimitars,’ beheaded one Argentine prisoner ‘every seven seconds.’’