Synonyms for Executed:
•formally put to death (adjective)
fried, shot, Hanged, Killed, Crucified.
•in force (adjective)
asphyxiated, assassinated, dispatched, exterminated, iced, murdered, put to sleep, removed, smitten, smothered, strangled, Butchered, Eliminated, Hanged, Killed, Liquidated, Massacred, Sacrificed, Slaughtered, Purged, Snuffed, Suffocated, done away with, done in.
accomplished, completed, done, finished.
n.fried, shot. •executed (noun)
conducted, done, labored, moved, Acted, Appeared, Behaved, Did, Endeavored, Exercised, Officiated, Operated, Performed, Perpetrated, Transacted, Worked, Comported, reacted, functioned.
driven, drove, effected, elicited, enforced, evoked, forced, induced, inspired, made, motivated, produced, provoked, Brought, Caused, Engendered, Engineered, Generated, Originated, gave rise to, given rise to.
accomplished, closed, completed, concluded, consummated, ended, filled, finished, fulfilled, graduated, integrated, terminated, unified, Achieved, Arrived, Culminated, finalized.
controlled, disciplined, dominated, governed, harnessed, led, ordered, ruled, supervised, Administered, Bridled, Managed, Oversaw, Overseen, Piloted, Commanded, Presided, Steered, Superintended.
chilled, drowned, slain, slew, Smote, did away with, did in.
built, cultivated, developed, fabricated, formed, invented, manufactured, Fathered, Mothered, Constructed, Created.
afflicted, agonized, anguished, avenged, burdened, chastened, chastised, confined, corrected, distressed, fined, imprisoned, penalized, persecuted, punished, tortured, tried, Castigated, Incarcerated, Judged, Keelhauled, Pilloried, Sentenced, Crucified, lambasted, reprised.
Usage examples for executed
The extreme anguish of body he was in excited him to try the experiment, and he injured no less than four or five children, between four years old and six, before he committed that act for which he was executed – Lives Of The Most Remarkable Criminals Who have been Condemned and Executed for Murder, the Highway, Housebreaking, Street Robberies, Coining or other offences by Arthur L. Hayward