• (adj): Killed unlawfully.
    Example: "The murdered woman"; "lay a wreath on murdered Lincoln's bier"

Some articles on murdered:

Seisaku Nakamura - Murders
... his testimony, on August 22, 1938, he attempted to rape two women they resisted him, so he murdered them. 20, 1941, three more people were found dead, murdered by Nakamura ... On September 27, 1941, he murdered his brother, and injured his father, his sister, his brother's wife and his brother's child ...
February 2007 Salvadoran Congressmen Killings
... Pichinte and José Ramón González, as well as their driver, Gerardo Ramírez — were found murdered near Guatemala City, Guatemala ... murder within three days of their arrest, the four were murdered in a maximum-security prison cell ... Several prosecutors investigating the deaths have also been murdered ...
Chris Mosdell - Selected Discography - Lyricist, Yukihiro Takahashi
... Blue Colour Worker" (Murdered By The Music, 1980) "The Core of Eden" (Murdered By The Music, 1980) "Murdered by the Music" (Murdered By The Music, 1980) "Radioact ...
Steven Oken - The Crimes
... On November 1, 1987, Steven Oken, then 25, murdered Dawn Marie Garvin ... Less than two weeks after Oken murdered Dawn Garvin, he sexually assaulted and murdered his sister-in-law, Patricia Hirt, at his White Marsh townhouse ... He then fled to Kittery, Maine, where he murdered Lori Ward, the desk clerk at the motel in which he was staying ...
The Night You Murdered Love - Track Listing - US 12" Single
... A1 "The Night You Murdered Love" (Sheer Chic Mix) – 631 Mixed by - The Funky Sisters, Pete Hammond A2 "Minneapolis" – 257 B1 "The Night You Murdered Love" (The Whole Story) – 814 Rap - Contessa ...

Famous quotes containing the word murdered:

    They come together like the Coroner’s Inquest, to sit upon the murdered reputations of the week.
    William Congreve (1670–1729)

    An age is the reversal of an age:
    When strangers murdered Emmet, Fitzgerald, Tone,
    We lived like men that watch a painted stage.
    What matter for the scene, the scene once gone:
    It had not touched our lives.
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)

    Students of history are horror-struck at the massacres of old; but in the shambles, men are being murdered to-day.
    Herman Melville (1819–1891)