dead

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  • But Christ really has been raised from the dead.
  • This fire would form a barrier between the land of the living and the land of the dead.
  • Less than two months later, Monroe was found dead in her home.
  • In this view, any dead who are resurrected must eventually die again.
  • Ash becomes determined to lead the humans against the army of the dead.
  • He assures them that the dead will rise first and be followed by those left alive.
  • He is blinded in no man's land and believed to be dead by his friends.
  • It was worn by both the living and dead, particularly around the eyes, to protect them from evil.
  • In some countries the celebration is known as the Day of the Dead.
  • There have been some scientific attempts to bring dead organisms back to life, but with limited success.
  • Sometimes family members or friends of the dead willl say something.
  • This new research may change the current dogma that the Dead Sea cannot support life.
  • The top bit will be set if the error is a dead end alert.
  • She and they are walking over dead bodies.
  • On the second day, the Red Cross sent in workers to collect the dead.
  • Dogs would also be thrown in to feed on the wounded and the dead.
  • Such duties are also extended to the dead, where the living stand as sons to their deceased family.
  • In essence: if the crew were dead, he would no longer have to keep the information secret.
  • He never worked at his job, and he did not move from his parents' apartment until after both were dead.
  • The mission failed leaving eight American servicemen dead and the destruction of two aircraft.
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Meaning of dead

  • noun People who are no longer living
    they buried the dead
  • noun A time when coldness (or some other quality associated with death) is intense
    the dead of winter
  • adjective No longer having or seeming to have or expecting to have life
    the nerve is dead, a dead pallor, he was marked as a dead man by the assassin
  • adjective Not showing characteristics of life especially the capacity to sustain life; no longer exerting force or having energy or heat
    Mars is a dead planet, dead soil, dead coals, the fire is dead