Deadly may refer to:
- Deadliness, the ability to cause death
- Deadly (novel series), a children's book series by Morris Gleitzman and Paul Jennings
- Deadly (TV series), an Australian children's television cartoon series
- Karla (film), a 2006 American motion picture originally titled Deadly
- Alan Dedicoat (born 1954), BBC announcer nicknamed "Deadly"
- Deadly Awards, or one of the prizes bestowed thereat
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Famous quotes containing the word deadly:
“Give us a good cheap twenty-four-hour day,
No part of which wed have to waste, I say,
And who knows where we cant get! Wasting time
In sleep or slowness is the deadly crime.”
—Robert Frost (18741963)
“The deadly monotony of Christian country life where there are no beggars to feed, no drunkards to credit, which are among the moral duties of Christians in cities, leads as naturally to the outvent of what Methodists call revivals as did the backslidings of the people in those days.”
—Corra May Harris (18691935)
“What the hammer?What the chain?
In what furnace was thy brain?
What the anvil?What dread grasp
Dare its deadly terrors clasp?”
—William Blake (17571827)