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The Definition of - execution (noun)

    noun
    1.
    the act or process of executing.
    2.
    the state or fact of being executed.
    3.
    the infliction of capital punishment or, formerly, of any legal punishment.
    4.
    the process of performing a judgment or sentence of a court:
    The judge stayed execution of the sentence pending appeal.
    5.
    a mode or style of performance; technical skill, as in music:
    The pianist's execution of the sonata was consummate.
    6.
    effective, usually destructive action, or the result attained by it (usually preceded by do):
    The grenades did rapid execution.
    7.
    Law. a judicial writ directing the enforcement of a judgment.
    8.
    Computers. the act of running, or the results of having run, a program or routine, or the performance of an instruction.

Word Example of - execution

    Example Sentences for execution

    I said there were two things to discuss, the pretext and the execution.

    If it is your will, we shall remain only for the execution, then return to our own land.

    The execution was very precise, both on the part of the singers and of the orchestra.

    A man and a woman are essential to the execution of the panel game.

    “It is indeed a kind of execution, for this is to be my good-by,” he said sadly.

    The sublime plan which La Salle thus proposed, could only be carried into execution by the continuous labors of many years.

    It rendered the execution of the remaining men almost an impossibility.

    There was no one near, therefore, to interfere with the execution of Fanny's plan.

    This plan was adopted and put in execution without a moment's delay.

    But that was a threat he was never destined to put into execution.

Word Origin & History of - execution

    Word Origin & History of execution

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