(one) is going to murder (someone)

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(one) is going to murder (someone)

One will be extremely, belligerently angry with someone (though not with an actual intent to kill them). Mom is going to murder you if she finds out you broke her antique vase! I swear, I'm going to murder him if he goes poking his nose in my room again.
See also: going, murder
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He held a meat cleaver against her neck and uttered the words "I'm going to murder you".
McKinney also told Hakemian that "I'm not only abusive, I'm going to murder you," according to the Court of Special Appeals' opinion.
Stirling Sheriff Court heard that McKenzie began shouting at her neighbour, saying things such as 'I'm going to murder you' and 'you're sleeping with my boyfriend'.
When he was arrested, he shouted to police: "If he gets out of intensive care, I'm going to murder him.
The spinechilling "I'm going to murder you in your sleep" looks that Spector is so good at.
The spinechilling 'I'm going to murder you in your sleep' ones that Spector is so good at.
The spine-chilling "I'm going to murder you in your sleep" looks that Spector is so good at.
I'm going to murder every one of you, I'll burn your house down.
"I don't use it as in 'I'm going to murder you' literally.
Then he proceeded to kill the messenger: "Someday I'm going to murder the bugler.
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He later told a police doctor: "I'm going to murder her.