Some articles on dead:
... follow grazers up the mountains in their search for dead animals ... On the Tibetan Plateau 64% of their diet is obtained from dead domestic yak ... They feed on old carcasses sometimes waiting a couple of days near a dead animal ...
... meaning "mist") is a player character and the lead protagonist in the Dead or Alive fighting game series by Team Ninja and Tecmo (Tecmo Koei) ... Devon Aoki as one of the main characters in the film DOA Dead or Alive ... Kasumi has served as the main character of the Dead or Alive franchise since its premiere in 1996 and was the official protagonist in the first two main games in the series ...
... Dead Prez, stylized as dead prez, is a hip hop duo from the United States, composed of stic.man and M-1, formed in 1996 in New York City ...
... Max Factory, Kotobukiya, and Takara, as well as one bundled with a special edition of Dead or Alive Paradise for the PlayStation Portable ... mousepad and a similar mug, trading cards, a Dead or Alive 5 arcade stick by Hori decorated with a graphic of Ayane and Kasumi (available in two versions for either the ... also used in the iPhone digital clock application Bijin Tokei and a Dead or Alive talking clock, which was bundled with a figure of either her or Ayane ...
... Malagan is also an art where the dead are remembered through the various depictions that are carved on Malagan masks ... Malagan masks have a symbolic meaning as the dead must be remembered through the masks and ceremonies ... means of capturing the spirits of recent dead relatives or clan members ...
More definitions of "dead":
- (adj): (followed by 'to') not showing human feeling or sensitivity; unresponsive.
Example: "Passersby were dead to our plea for help"
- (noun): People who are no longer living.
Example: "They buried the dead"
- (adj): Sudden and complete.
Example: "Came to a dead stop"
- (noun): A time when coldness (or some other quality associated with death) is intense.
Example: "The dead of winter"
- (adj): Not showing characteristics of life especially the capacity to sustain life; no longer exerting force or having energy or heat.
Example: "Mars is a dead planet"; "a dead battery"; "dead soil"; "dead coals"; "the fire is dead"
- (adj): Devoid of physical sensation; numb.
Example: "His gums were dead from the novocain"
- (adj): Not yielding a return.
Example: "Dead capital"
- (adj): No longer having force or relevance.
Example: "A dead issue"
- (adj): No longer in force or use; inactive.
- (adj): Physically inactive.
Example: "Crater Lake is in the crater of a dead volcano of the Cascade Range"
- (adj): Drained of electric charge; discharged.
Example: "A dead battery"
- (adj): Not circulating or flowing.
Example: "Dead air"; "dead water"
- (adj): Lacking resilience or bounce.
Example: "A dead tennis ball"
- (adj): Devoid of activity.
Example: "This is a dead town; nothing ever happens here"
- (adj): Out of use or operation because of a fault or breakdown.
Example: "A dead telephone line"; "the motor is dead"
- (adj): Not surviving in active use.
Example: "Latin is a dead language"
- (adj): Lacking animation or excitement or activity.
Example: "The party being dead we left early"
- (adv): Completely and without qualification; used informally as intensifiers.
Example: "You can be dead sure of my innocence"; "was dead tired"; "dead right"
Synonyms: absolutely, perfectly, utterly
- (adj): Lacking acoustic resonance.
Example: "Dead sounds characteristic of some compact discs"; "the dead wall surfaces of a recording studio"
- (adj): Total.
Example: "Dead silence"
- (adj): No longer having or seeming to have or expecting to have life.
Example: "The nerve is dead"; "a dead pallor"; "he was marked as a dead man by the assassin"
Famous quotes containing the word dead:
“As dead as a doornail.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“A politician is a man who understands government and it takes a politician to run a government. A statesman is a politician whos been dead ten or fifteen years.”
—Harry S. Truman (18841972)
“Does anyone remember?
Everyone still alive. And some dead ones.”
—David Wagoner (b. 1926)