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dead

adjective at rest, bereft of life, breathless, buried, cadaverous, deceased, defunct, demised, departed, deearted this life, deprived of life, destitute of life, devoid of life, dormant, ended, exanimate, expired, extinct, inactive, inert, lifeless, long gone, no longer living, not possessing life, passed away, still, terminated, without a sign of life, without life, without the appearance of life
Associated concepts: dead-born, next of kin, presumed dead, surviving spouse, wrongful death
Foreign phrases: Cadaver nullius in bonis. A dead body is no one's property.

dead

noun corpse, the deceased, decedent, the deeunct, the departed, exanimis, exanimus, fatal casualty, the late, the late lamented
Associated concepts: autopsy, dead-born, dead man's statute, decedent's estates, next of kin, presumed dead, surviving spouse, wrongful death
Foreign phrases: Extra legem positus est civiliter mortuus.He who is placed outside the law is civilly dead.
See also: deceased, defunct, invalid, late, null, obsolete, pedestrian, torpid
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3a), and Faurot certainly favors this definition when she suggests that "the several images of cutting into the circle are pronounced: the smile on the mouth, not a smile on the face but an intrusive line against the circle of the face; the ominous bird on a cutting wing that the smile turns into; keen lessons that distort the face--cut it--and the pond edge with leaves recalling the deadest smile on the bitter face" (p.
There was no spark in the opening half-hour and that was the deadest game of rugby I've witnessed in a long time.
The boss had a minor operation on Tuesday, but will probably be here tomorrow," said Mooney, before playing the deadest of bats to one reporter's query as to whether the surgery had been to improve his boss's notoriously fiery temper
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In a bid to motivate his players for what most people in football consider to be a the deadest of rubbers, Benitez has issued them with a series of targets he wants them to meet on the last day of the season.
All Robbie's got is an increasing resemblance to Liza Minnelli, along with the deadest eyes seen this side of a mortuary.
Now being the deadest time of year in GE[micro]reme, the time when many hoteliers snatch a few weeks' welcome break before the Christmas/New Year rush.
Wolfsburg and Lille were swatted aside with such nonchalance that Thursday's forthcoming closing home group game against Krasnador is the deadest of rubbers.