deadliness


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Synonyms for deadliness

the quality or condition of causing death

Synonyms for deadliness

the quality of being deadly

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As well as rapidly improving his deadliness in front of goal - 30 goals and 20 assists in 57 Premier League appearances since the beginning of last season is a record anyone would be proud to have - Sterling has also developed a knack for crucial goals.
'This early in the game, I believe we have already outstripped the deadliness of the barangay elections, which is, historically, more hotly contested,' he said.
"This early in the game, I believe, we have already out-stripped the deadliness of the barangay elections, which is, historically, more hotly contested," he said.
"This early in the game, I believe we have outstripped the deadliness of the barangay elections, which is historically more hotly contested," Jimenez said.
In terms of deadliness, they are virtually the same (assuming they deliver the claimed performance), but much is to be said for the .505 in terms of a dependable, usable hunting rifle.
"I know that we'd beat them." Hitman Dwight Gayle's deadliness has played a big part in Albion's surge up the table.
At the same time, a vast amount of money and resources have been spent to increase the deadliness of missiles and bombs.
Employees need to be productive, and grief can turn even stellar employees into ones who become angry, slack off, miss deadliness, or withdraw from others, he says.
This is pure absurdity, and the atrocity it leads to is a code of public deadliness. No kidding," Keillor wrote in an op-ed for the Washington Post Tuesday night. 
Mother, mother, quite contrary, how does your deadliness
And it's that fear of cancer's potential deadliness that overwhelmingly preoccupies all the breast cancer patients I've heard from since I received my diagnosis in mid-September.
"The Fifth Reflection" delivers a chilling, up-close look at the psychological strain of investigating Internet crimes against children, the complexities of being married to a cop, and the deadliness of jealousy.
The particular deadliness of disease lies in its self-perpetuation and any corrupt act or practice sets in motion a vicious cycle in which impact of corruption becomes source for further acts of corruption,' he said.
Kelly points us toward Austen's carefully woven-in ideas and opinions on, among others, the deadliness of marriage and motherhood, corruption in the church, and the debilitating poverty caused by enclosure of common lands.
Beneath the drawing room chatter and matchmaking, Kelly points to Austen's carefully woven-in ideas and opinions on, among others, the deadliness of marriage and motherhood and corruption in the church.