Whether we like it or not, these atrocities are here to stay.
He shot himself at his desk on the fifth floor of the Corner House, leaving a note warning others of the atrocities to come.
He witnessed first-hand the atrocities of war as a Naval officer and became a vocal proponent for ending the Vietnam War.
Alternatively, there is an informal proposal to set up a special inquiry into atrocities in Syria.
“We are haunted by the atrocities that we did not stop and the lives we did not save,” Obama said.
The atrocities of which they are guilty are a hundred times worse than I could have believed.
The English nation have never forgiven Mary for these atrocities.
Meanwhile the Christian Powers had been greatly alarmed by the loss of Cyprus and the atrocities above described.
What a manly bold letter that was of his about the Negro atrocities.
The atrocities that these civilians have been and are guilty of are avenged in a savage manner.
1530s, from Middle French atrocité or directly from Latin atrocitatem (nominative atrocitas) "cruelty, fierceness, harshness," noun of quality from atrox "fierce, cruel, frightful," from PIE *atro-ek-, from root *ater- "fire" (see atrium) + *okw- "see" (see eye (n.)); thus "of fiery or threatening appearance." The meaning "an atrocious deed" is from 1793.