execution, executing, capital_punishment, death_penalty
Meaning: putting a condemned person to death
performance, execution, carrying_out, carrying_into_action
Meaning: the act of performing; of doing something successfully; using knowledge as distinguished from merely possessing it; "they criticised his performance as mayor"; "experience generally improves performance"
"After the execution?" cried Franz.
In Britain only could he further the execution of his plan.
He ventures the attempt, which ends in little else than his own execution.
But he had religious scruples, which hindered the execution of such a plan.
But the letter prepared the minds of both ladies for the execution of the will.
'Dodson and Fogg have taken Mrs. Bardell in execution for her costs, Sir,' said Job.
The execution of lord Strafford was news that had not yet begun to 'hiss the speaker.'
The very night which followed Marnoo's departure, I proceeded to put this project into execution.
"Then I'm going to peek," cried Joel, squeaking across the floor to carry his threat into execution.