(one) will murder (someone)

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(one) will murder (someone)

One will be extremely, belligerently angry with someone (though not with an actual intent to kill them). Mom will murder you if she finds out you broke her antique vase! I swear, I'll murder him if he goes poking his nose in my room again.
See also: murder, will

he, she, etc. will ˈmurder you

(spoken) used to warn somebody that another person will be very angry with them: Your brother will murder you when he finds out what you’ve done to his car!
See also: murder, will
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'I'll murder your birds by wholesale, just for keeping me away from better company than either you or them.'
'Put your handkerchief in your pocket, you little scoundrel, or I'll murder you when the gentleman goes.'
After briefly leaving the shop, Long returned and put a knife to Mr Moore's throat before saying 'I'll murder you'.
"He then said 'Look, I'll punch f*** out of you c*** and I'll murder all of your polis pals'.
He was then taken to a police station where he continued to struggle as he was being put in a cell, screaming:"I'll murder you.
My Dad will play his fiddle, I'll murder some tunes on the piano before a massive plate of Turkey pieces arrives at midnight that everyone says they don't want then before demolishing them.
A BRUTE who strangled and stamped on his ex-girlfriend while shouting: "I'll snap your neck, I'll murder you" is behind bars.
After a few minutes, he took out a gun and said: "I'll murder you if you don't confess!
Some of the possessive fans, who call themselves "Directioners" have aimed violent tweets at Swift, writing messages like "I'll murder Taylor Swift.
Adil Rahman, 23, told officers at his arrest: "I'll do my six or seven years and then I'll murder her."
'I'll spend hours with Bob Torrance and I'll murder it and he will say 'the game's there, you just have to have confidence in yourself.
She said he then tried to stab her several times, banging her head on the floor and shouting: "I'll kill you, I'll kill you, I'll murder you."
During one arrest Eccles, who now lives in Aberdeen, said: "I'll murder your children".