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Synonyms for dead

deceased

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exhausted

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people who are no longer living

a time when coldness (or some other quality associated with death) is intense

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no longer having or seeming to have or expecting to have life

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not showing characteristics of life especially the capacity to sustain life

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very tired

unerringly accurate

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physically inactive

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(followed by 'to') not showing human feeling or sensitivity

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devoid of physical sensation

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lacking acoustic resonance

not yielding a return

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not circulating or flowing

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not surviving in active use

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lacking resilience or bounce

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out of use or operation because of a fault or breakdown

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no longer having force or relevance

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complete

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drained of electric charge

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devoid of activity

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quickly and without warning

completely and without qualification

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We have in this list an intriguing blend of love and hatred, emblematic of the neutrality that pervades the poem, although "deadest" is a shocking way to describe the smile of one who was formerly beloved, even in this dead tableau of "neutral tones." The first definition for "dead" offered by the OED is of something "that has ceased to live; deprived of life; in that state in which the vital functions and powers have come to an end, and are incapable of being restored" (def.
To use a prevalent expression, he is perhaps the "deadest, whitest male in American history." To paraphrase Richard Brookhiser, he is in our textbooks and in our wallets but not in our hearts.
though, was the deadest, a quick end to a brief flight
"This has to be the deadest I have ever seen it," she said yesterday.
the part is high amongst the deadest in Shakespeare.
"I felt like if I could start a company when skating was at one of its deadest states," he says, "then if it takes off again, we've set ourselves up in a position of prominence, and we'd just ride that wave.
Ihave never understood why a New Year begins in one of the deadest months of the entire calendar.
The skipper was helpless to prevent his bowlers being neutralised by the "deadest turf in the world," The Sun reported.
Free the Hops' efforts to get stronger beer fell so flat in 2007 that the House gave its annual Shroud Award for the deadest bill.
RAWALPINDI -- The army continued rescue work on Thursday despite inclement weather, excavating has gone down upto 115 feet to reach out 138 people whom chances of survival were very less on sixth day of deadest avalanche incident at Siachen.
"With the deadest channels in the region, as well as ample capacity and equipment, Charleston is a compelling place to do business."
(112) As Miss Maudie tells it, "Atticus Finch was the deadest shot in Maycomb County in his time....
Meet four of American history's "deadest, whitest, least manly men," in the coy words of their collective biographer (6).
That's not to dismiss the performance of Barefoot Bullet, who is most certainly going the right way, but more to highlight what a sensational track-record equalling performance the antepost favourite Razldazl Jayfkay (14.91sec, 28.22sec) put up in the opening heat, when the track was nearing its deadest of the entire meeting.