Take No Prisoners

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  1. take no prisoners 1. Literally, to leave no enemies combatants alive, such as on a battlefield (i.e., to kill everyone instead of taking any prisoners). The marauders were notorious for .
  2. Take-no-prisoners definition is - having a fierce, relentless, or merciless character. How to use take-no-prisoners in a sentence.
  3. take no prisoners definition: 1. to be very determined and not care about other people's feelings when trying to achieve. Learn more.
  4. According to supplementary materials, Take No Prisoners is done in tandem with a helicopter piloted by El Gado, with which the chain and hook are attached to. Take No Prisoners is most definitely a possible allusion to a song off of thrash metal band Megadeth's Rust in Peace album.
  5. Take No Prisoners: The Battle Plan for Defeating the Left - Kindle edition by Horowitz, David. Politics & Social Sciences Kindle eBooks @ aberburenreta.tingmandtocandnocugardcodacwindbarre.co(99).
  6. 32 synonyms of take-no-prisoners from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 48 related words, definitions, and antonyms. Find another word for take-no-prisoners. Take-no-prisoners: having or showing a lack of sympathy or tender feelings.
  7. “Take No Prisoners” is a blasting anti-war anthem that highlights the irony and double-standards of war. I was finally fed up with all of the shit that I had put up with from Jeff and Chuck and was.
  8. When a captain shouts "Take no prisoners!" He means, kill all of those that are captured. Back in the late 19th century, when wars were won either they took their enemies as slaves back to their own country or they kill .

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