dismemberment


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dismemberment

 [dis-mem´ber-ment]
amputation of a limb or a portion of it.

dismemberment

/dis·mem·ber·ment/ (dis-mem´ber-ment) amputation of a limb or a portion of it.

dismemberment

The removal of limbs from a body, an expediency used by some serial killers to more efficiently store body parts for future use, consumption, or disposal. See Jeffrey Dahmer, Mad dog.

dismemberment

amputation of a limb or a portion of it.
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