deadly

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  • Police forces also find themselves under criticism for their use of force, particularly deadly force.
  • If true, it would be one of the deadliest single attacks of the war.
  • Pope and his men managed to hold out until dawn came, which brought on more deadly fire.
  • It is also the third deadliest department store fire in US history.
  • It is also considered the deadliest mass killing in the city's history.
  • To date, it is the second-deadliest single-aircraft accident in the world.
  • Both deadly accidents occurred on final approach, and both involved Soviet-built aircraft.
  • However, he is a master of several of the world's most deadly martial arts.
  • This fire has been noted as the fourth-deadliest fire in U.S. history.
  • This is frequently the most deadly type of explosion, if it is strong enough.
  • The city was home to at least six deadly houses filled with trials for visitors.
  • At the same time, he was deadly when given a promising position.
  • Police were ordered to avoid the use of deadly force, and indeed, not a shot was fired.
  • "I thought you were serious!" she says, before being informed that it is deadly serious.
  • This was the deadliest attack on a Christian target since the war began.
  • The fire was the deadliest fire in the history of the United States.
  • His mission is deadlier than that of the enemy in the sky.
  • These events would set the stage for larger, deadlier riots in the city.
  • The operation was conducted in a similar manner but with deadlier results.
  • This is considered the most deadly dam-related disaster in human history.
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Meaning of deadly

  • adverb As if dead