gas chamber

IPA: gˈæstʃˈeɪmbɝ

noun

  • A sealed chamber in which people are executed with poison gas.

Examples of "gas-chamber" in Sentences

  • Her only chance rests on her ability to find a rare drug that can bring gas-chamber victims back to life.
  • Men working in this out-of-the-world gas-chamber metal mill will wear “space suits,” trailing umbilical cords plugged into air-breathing and exhaust manifolds.
  • Frank CameronHighland, UtahYour article "Injection Of Reflection" reported that the Arizona attorney general became physically ill after witnessing a gas-chamber execution in 1992.
  • Frank CameronHighland, UtahYour article "Injection of Reflection" reported that the Arizona attorney general became physically ill after witnessing a gas-chamber execution in 1992.
  • He stopped his plan to re-legalize mass gas-chamber euthanasia of pets and removed his name from a bill he originally sponsored that would have allowed some employers to discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation.
  • John Demjanjuk, an ailing eighty-four-year-old retired auto worker, has already been expelled from the United States once before: in 1986, after he was identified as "Ivan the Terrible," a notorious Ukrainian gas-chamber operator at Treblinka.
  • Berating Jews with their own history, disinheriting them of pity, as though pity is negotiable or has a sell-by date, is the latest species of Holocaust denial, infinitely more subtle than the David Irving version with its clunking body counts and quibbles over gas-chamber capability and chimney sizes.

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