Definition of 'slaughterhouse'
Example sentences containing 'slaughterhouse'
At 4.30am 3,000 of the birds were being transported from farm to slaughterhouse when the lorry carrying them overturned.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
The former slaughterhouse worker claimed he had earlier parked his car and was drinking cider when he saw five-year-old April and another girl riding their bikes.The Sun (2013)
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