noose

[n] - a loop formed in a cord or rope by means of a slipknot 2. [v] - make a noose in or of 3. [v] - secure with a noose
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Noose

Noose noun [ Prob. from Old French nous , nom. sing. or acc. plural of nou knot, French n...ud , Latin nodus . Confer Node .] A running knot, or loop, which binds the closer the more it is drawn.
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Noose

Noose transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Noosed ; present participle & verbal noun Noosing .] To tie in a noose; to catch in a noose; to entrap; to insnare.
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noose

slip noose noun a loop formed in a cord or rope by means of a slipknot; it binds tighter as the cord or rope is pulled
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Noose

• (n.) A running knot, or loop, which binds the closer the more it is drawn. • (v. t.) To tie in a noose; to catch in a noose; to entrap; to insnare. • (n.) A running knot, or loop, which binds the closer the more it is drawn. • (v. t.) To tie in a noose; to catch in a noose; to entrap; to insnare.
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noose

(from the article `hanging`) execution by strangling or breaking the neck by a suspended noose. The traditional method, still in use on the continent of Europe, involves ...
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noose

noose 1. A loop at the end of a rope, tied with a knot so that it can be tightened and slackened, and used for trapping animals or hanging people. 2. A loop formed in a cord, or rope, by means of a slipknot; it binds tighter as the cord or rope is pulled. 3. Something that traps someone in an unpleasant or unwanted situation. 4. Etymology: from ...
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Noose

A noose is a loop with a running knot which tightens as the string is pulled.
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Noose

Noose is a crime thriller starring Carole Landis, Joseph Calleia, Derek Farr, Stanley Holloway and Nigel Patrick in a story about a journalist who puts herself in danger when she exposes the illegal activities of a Soho gangster. Noose was directed by Edmond T Greville in 1948.
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Noose

A noose is a loop at the end of a rope in which the knot slides to make the loop collapsible. Knots used for making nooses include the running bowline, the tarbuck knot, and the slip knot. ==Use in hanging== The knot most closely associated with execution is the hangman`s knot, which is also known as the `hangman`s noose`. The anatomy of a noo...
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