picture and mnemonic for carnageMnemonic Aid to Learn Carnage:

Carnage equals to ‘CAR RAGE’, to move with great intensity or violence.
Carnage means killing of a large number of people as if in battle. That means they are people who have great intensity to kill whoever comes in their way. Hence, they can be labeled as ‘car rage’.

It is as simple as that!

Meaning of Carnage:

1. Violent killing of large numbers of people, as in battle or massacre.

Pronunciation: kahr-nij

Sentence Examples for Carnage:

1. His strategy for stopping the carnage in India failed in the very beginning.
2. The government should build up new strategies to reduce the carnage on roads.
3. The carnage of the Second World War was devastating.

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