One who executes, especially one who puts a condemned person to death.(noun)
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Use "executioner" in a sentence
"Plus, too many black children see school as a place where they're supposed to get reprimanded and putting black educators as main executioner; we're essentially fortifying centuries-old traditions of promoting blacks as overseer in the proverbial plantation."
"They'll get – whoever the executioner is – a soldier, a relative of someone who was killed in 9/11, and a frequent flyer."
"The argument that it's unconstitutional for Congress to be judge, jury and executioner is a case of logical contortion to divert the subject over to that premise and away from the fact that Congress funds what it funds and doesn't fund what it doesn't fund."