use perpetrated in a sentence.
It's somewhat appealing idiotic humor - I've seen and perpetrated worse myself.
For every CDC, I wonder how many scams were perpetrated at the same time.
Not to mention that most childhood sexual assaults are perpetrated by blood relatives.
Citations are a big lie perpetrated by 'big soap' as well.
Every nation sees their own atrocities as "aberrations", while the atrocities perpetrated by other nations are seen as deeply revealing.
This article is nothing more than yet another example of shameful class warfare perpetrated against America's Job Creators.
This is a myth perpetrated by people who believe that since the kids are on holiday, so are the teachers.
Did you not report the various illegal activities being perpetrated to the police so that they could address them?
But when a man starts mansplaining, it's not misandry to note that mansplaining is perpetrated overwhelmingly by men.
This fellow's argument doesn't seem to be against GM but rather against the predatory practices perpetrated by the purveyors of GM seeds.
Can someone explain why the myth that women make 65 cents on the dollar is still being perpetrated?
It wasn't "gun violence", it was "disturbed individual violence perpetrated with a gun".
Cracking and griefing regrettably fall under that umbrella as well, as do physical assaults perpetrated with technology.