Death-warrant Definition

noun
An official order to put a person to death.
Webster's New World
Something that destroys hope or expectation; a deathblow.
American Heritage
Anything that makes inevitable the destruction or end of a person or thing.
Webster's New World
A warrant signed by an appropriate official, such as the governor of a state, directing that a sentence of execution be carried out.
Webster's New World Law
A warrant that authorizes capital punishment.
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Noun

Singular:
death-warrant
Plural:
death warrants

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