Noun(1) a trap for birds or small mammals; often has a slip noose(2) a loop formed in a cord or rope by means of a slipknot; it binds tighter as the cord or rope is pulled
Verb(1) make a noose in or of(2) secure with a noose
(1) His task completed, the man was taken back to the gallows and again the noose was placed around his neck.(2) He climbed the ladder leaving Garry clutching a cat box and catcher noose at the bottom.(3) The guard - the executioner - placed the noose over her head.(4) he earned a reprieve from the noose(5) he began to choke as the noose tightened about his throat(6) He had seen it before the noose had been placed on his neck.(7) One might have expected criminals awaiting trial to have been especially defensive, doing their best to avoid the noose by shifting blame elsewhere.(8) a hangman's noose(9) The King was blindfolded and his head placed in the noose .(10) ├ö├ç├┐Thank you,├ö├ç├û I said, reaching up to free my hair from the noose .(11) Then, one day in 1999, according to Elliott, a hangman's noose appeared near his desk.(12) I bent down and removed the noose from the girl's neck.(13) the West is exploring ways to tighten the economic noose(14) A rope tied in a hangman's noose drapes her neck.(15) When the hangman came to noose her she knocked him clean out of the cart.(16) He told Cross to stand on the pipes beneath the window and put the noose around his neck explaining that this would secure a transfer to hospital for both of them and they would be able to get drugs.
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