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The crime of killing a human being without malice aforethought, or in circumstances not amounting to murder.‘the defendant was convicted of manslaughter’count noun ‘murders and manslaughters’
killing, murderView synonyms
- ‘The Ministry of Defence should be charged with unlawful killing, manslaughter or murder.’
- ‘It is suggested that such a defendant should be regarded as being guilty of manslaughter and not murder.’
- ‘Whether an offender deserves to be convicted of murder or manslaughter is for the jury to determine.’
- ‘The most serious offences which Mary may be charged with are murder and manslaughter.’
- ‘Any person who intentionally kills another may be prosecuted for murder or manslaughter.’
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