Capable of or conducive to homicide: a homicidal rage. (adjective)
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Use "homicidal" in a sentence
"There are some classic warning signs, such as what we call the homicidal triad: persistent late bed-wetting, starting fires, and cruelty to animals or other children."
"My philosophy is simple: I don't care what you call homicidal maniacs, as long as you kill them."
"The non-intellectual wing of the Christian Right Community has committed a sacrilege and blasphemy, (to say nothing of the secular crime of high treason), because they have accepted the fiction of a cynical team of writers, who depict the god they describe as a homicidal, Demonic, maniac, and touted these despicable properties as "holiness," and used that as an excuse to support and urge the slaughter of their chosen Muslim fantasy enemies."