• (adj): Capable of or conducive to bloodshed.
    Example: "Murderous thugs"
    Synonyms: cutthroat, homicidal

Some articles on murderous:

The Knowledge (book Series) - Murderous Maths and Foul Football
... Two books in The Knowledge series are Murderous Maths and More Murderous Maths ... books and many others into their own Murderous Maths series ... The first book in the Murderous Maths series but not The Knowledge" was called Do You Feel Lucky? and was about probability ...
John Dunning (journalist) - Bibliography
1983), London, Arrow Books, ISBN 7 ... Mindless Murders (1983), London, Arrow Books Murderous Women (1983), London, Arrow Books, ISBN 2 ... Truly Murderous (1992), London, Arrow Books A Chilling ...
Graham Coutts - The Possible Role of Violent Pornography
... Coutts' murderous intent, establishing a clear motive for murder ... that the material is a potent cause of murderous intent ... Coutts said he had had murderous thoughts about women since he was 15 ...
Against The Murderous, Thieving Hordes Of Peasants
... Against the Murderous, Thieving Hordes of Peasants (German Wider die räuberischen und mörderischen Rotten der Bauern) is a piece written by Martin Luther, related to the German Peasants' War ... Against the Murderous, Thieving Hordes of Peasants typifies Luther’s reaction to the Peasants’ War, and alludes to Luther’s concern that he might be seen to be responsible for their ...
Murderous Maths
... Murderous Maths is a series of British educational books by author Kjartan Poskitt ... + - × ÷" illustrated by Daniel Postgate and Rob Davis, and "The Murderous Maths of Everything", also illustrated by Rob Davis ... The Murderous Maths books have been published in over 25 countries ...

Famous quotes containing the word murderous:

    The sin of pride may be a small or a great thing in someone’s life, and hurt vanity a passing pinprick, or a self-destroying or ever murderous obsession.
    Iris Murdoch (b. 1919)

    For a murderous blow let murderous blow atone.
    Aeschylus (525–456 B.C.)

    How the devil am I to prove to my counsel that I don’t know my murderous impulses through C.G. Jung, jealousy through Marcel Proust, Spain through Hemingway ... It’s true, you need never have read these authorities, you can absorb them through your friends, who also live all their experiences second-hand. What an age!
    Max Frisch (1911–1991)