Crucifixion vs. Execution

Crucifixion vs. Execution — Is There a Difference?

Difference Between Crucifixion and Execution

Crucifixionnoun

The act of crucifying; execution on a cross.

Executionnoun

The act of executing something.

Crucifixionnoun

Crucifixion The crucifying of Jesus on Calvary. Used with the.

Executionnoun

The state of being executed.

Crucifixionnoun

A representation of Jesus on the cross.

Executionnoun

The manner, style, or result of performance

The plan was sound.its execution, faulty.

Crucifixionnoun

An extremely difficult, painful trial; torturous suffering.

Executionnoun

The act or an instance of putting to death or being put to death as a lawful penalty.

Crucifixionnoun

An execution by being nailed or tied to an upright cross and left to hang there until dead.

Rome used crucifixions as a deterrent, and standard for the 'vilest' crimes, such as slave rebellion.

Executionnoun

The carrying into effect of a court judgment.

Crucifixionnoun

(absolute use, often capitalized: The Crucifixion) The death on the Cross of Christ.

Executionnoun

A writ empowering an officer to enforce a judgment.

Crucifixionnoun

The military punishment of being tied to a fixed object, often with the limbs in a stretched position.

Executionnoun

(Archaic) Effective, punitive, or destructive action.

Crucifixionnoun

(figuratively) An ordeal, terrible, especially malicious treatment imposed upon someone.

The suspects' hostile interrogation amounted to a public crucifixion.

Executionnoun

The act, manner or style of executing (actions, maneuvers, performances).

Crucifixionnoun

the act of executing by a method widespread in the ancient world; the victim's hands and feet are bound or nailed to a cross

Executionnoun

The state of being accomplished.

The mission's successful execution lifted the troops' morale.

Crucifixionnoun

the death of Jesus on the cross

Executionnoun

The act of putting to death or being put to death as a penalty, or actions so associated.

Crucifixionnoun

the infliction of extremely painful punishment or suffering

Executionnoun

(legal) The carrying into effect of a court judgment, or of a will.

Executionnoun

(legal) The formal process by which a contract is made valid and put into binding effect.

Executionnoun

(computing) The carrying out of an instruction, program or program segment by a computer.

The entire machine slowed down during the execution of the virus checker.

Executionnoun

putting a condemned person to death

Executionnoun

the act of performing; of doing something successfully; using knowledge as distinguished from merely possessing it;

they criticised his performance as mayorexperience generally improves performance

Executionnoun

(computer science) the process of carrying out an instruction by a computer

Executionnoun

(law) the completion of a legal instrument (such as a contract or deed) by signing it (and perhaps sealing and delivering it) so that it becomes legally binding and enforceable

Executionnoun

a routine court order that attempts to enforce the judgment that has been granted to a plaintiff by authorizing a sheriff to carry it out

Executionnoun

the act of accomplishing some aim or executing some order;

the agency was created for the implementation of the policy

Executionnoun

unlawful premeditated killing of a human being by a human being