deceased vs diseased

deceased diseased

Definitions

  • 1) law : One who has died. In property law, the alternate term decedent is generally used. In criminal law, “the deceased” refers to the victim of a homicide.
  • 2) A dead person
  • 3) dead people
  • 4) Belonging to the dead.
  • 5) No longer alive
  • 6) the dead person.
  • 7) Passed away; dead; gone.
  • 8) Departed from life; dead.

Definitions

  • 1) Affected with or suffering from disease.
  • 2) Affected with disease.
  • 3) Unsound or disordered.
  • 4) Afflicted with disease.

Examples

  • 1) Neither he nor his recently deceased wife were concerned by the business next door.
  • 2) When they arrived on the scene they spoke to the wife of the deceased.
  • 3) It probably has to do with loyalty to his deceased wife.
  • 4) It can also help to track down policies of a deceased person.
  • 5) Inheritance tax may be imposed on gifts or items passed onto you from a deceased person.
  • 6) The deceased person may have used more than one broker, or purchased new issues directly.
  • 7) But it's meant to represent the deceased person.
  • 8) Produced in close collaboration with the recently deceased artist, this show invites visitors into his inner circle.
  • 9) The process involves scanning a photograph of the deceased person to make a 3D scan of their skull.
  • 10) We have to maximise any legacies we are left and will get directly involved to defend the deceased person 's wishes.
  • 11) We have been together five years yet recently his deceased wife's family asked all of his family to a wedding but left me out.
  • 12) He still seems to be in love with Eve, his now deceased first wife.
  • 13) Anna-Maria learns who the deceased is and her connections as a superstar employee at Kallis Mining, an international company with incredible connections at the top of Sweden, Europe and beyond.
  • 14) It seems the deceased is the brother of Raymond Barnette, local undertaker and a candidate for sheriff, who wants to keep any hint of kinkiness out of the minds of the God-fearing populace.
  • 15) Staff Sgt. deceased -- "deceased is being described as a Vietnam POW" 03/17/2005
  • 16) The graves with headstones have been easier to verify because officials can use the name to pull the paperwork, which consists of a record of interment, a gravesite card that details where in the cemetery the deceased is buried, and an intake form used for scheduling funerals.
  • 17) “The deceased is iden­ti­fied as the culprit and must have had the condi­tion of excited delirium.”
  • 18) Okay, so passionately kissing the dearly deceased is creepy as all get out, but what about Bill Hader swapping spit with a dog?
  • 19) Marsden's character, a seventh-grade teacher engaged to the niece of the deceased, is nervous about encountering his future father-in-law.
  • 20) States, where I have read that the body of the deceased is still oiled with a fragrant oil and censed.
  • 21) ‘Damages were reduced by two thirds for the deceased's contributory negligence.’
  • 22) ‘They found that the dead body of the deceased bore injuries on the head, face, knees and heels of his feet and from every angle it was looking like a cold blooded murder.’
  • 23) ‘The first three of those questions would only arise if it were held that the deceased died domiciled in Saudi Arabia.’
  • 24) ‘At about 8.45 pm Nurse White checked the deceased's cell and found him dead.’
  • 25) ‘The final question is how far the deceased should be regarded as responsible for his death.’
  • 26) ‘It was accepted that the second 1990 will had been duly executed, but the deceased's testamentary capacity was in issue.’
  • 27) ‘The emphasis of the defence case was that the appellant had stabbed the deceased accidentally whilst acting in self defence.’
  • 28) ‘Did the evidence prove that it was the appellant who injected the deceased?’
  • 29) ‘The claimant and the deceased were near neighbours.’
  • 30) ‘As you will know, the statutory function of an inquest is to ascertain who the deceased was, and how, when and where he came by his death.’
  • 31) ‘Instead, the personal representatives of the deceased person were permitted to maintain an action in any case where, if he had not died, he himself might have sued.’
  • 32) ‘Applications can be made by the personal representative of a deceased patient, and anyone who may have a claim arising out of the patient's death.’
  • 33) ‘In July he married an Australian citizen who had been the de facto spouse of his deceased brother.’
  • 34) ‘We first meet Hamlet at the royal court of Denmark where his mother, Gertrude, has just married her recently deceased husband's brother, Claudius, who is now king.’
  • 35) ‘There, she uncovered an old sketchbook hidden beneath her recently deceased mother's bed.’
  • 36) ‘She felt tears gathering in the corners of her eyes as she thought about her recently deceased grandmother.’
  • 37) ‘The issue in the case was whether the surviving partner in a homosexual couple could succeed to a protected tenancy previously held in the name of the deceased partner.’
  • 38) ‘He later accounts for having the gold by claiming that he has received a legacy from a recently deceased relative.’
  • 39) ‘She is deceased, your Honour, as I understand it.’
  • 40) ‘Candles were lit and placed on the alter to the memory of deceased loved ones, young and old. unborn and those who died tragically.’

Examples

  • 1) Her work today focuses on coaxing stem cells to replace diseased lung tissue.
  • 2) Established apples and pears can have dead and diseased wood cut out.
  • 3) Cut out anything dead or diseased.
  • 4) The production design places us squarely within the twisted, darkest corners of a diseased mind.
  • 5) Remove dead, diseased or rubbing branches first.
  • 6) Look for dead, diseased or dying wood.
  • 7) The aim is first to remove anything dead or diseased, making clean cuts close to the main stem.
  • 8) Remove really old stems and any dead, dying, diseased or damaged wood.
  • 9) Always cut to a strong bud, removing any dead, diseased or damaged wood first.
  • 10) Remove weak, dead and diseased wood, as well as branches that cross over each other.
  • 11) Always cut out dead, diseased or rubbing stems first and see what you're left with.
  • 12) What is cut away is not diseased, but the healthy growth that bore last year's harvest.
  • 13) Then cut out any old, unproductive branches and damaged, diseased or crossing stems to let air through.
  • 14) But the diseases are breaking out fast and time is running out: the team must try to stem the tide of infection in diseased areas while developing cures.
  • 15) On a good day they may earn $3, which just supports a meagre existence in diseased, malarial slums.
  • 16) I therefore consider that had not the passenger Vessels brought so many infected persons among us, that the town might have been but little diseased from the mere influence of season & the habits of the people.
  • 17) Regions within diseased brains have a characteristic porous and spongy appearance, evidence of extensive nerve cell death, and affected individuals exhibit neurological symptoms including impaired muscle control, loss of mental acuity, memory loss and insomnia.
  • 18) There proved to be some highly interesting things about this uneven mixing in diseased lungs.
  • 19) In certain diseased states much less heat is produced than in health; and there is a constant tendency to the decline and ultimate extinction of the vital powers by the call made upon them to sustain the heat of the body.
  • 20) What do you call a diseased Irish criminal? posted on 03/12/2010 4: 24: 07 AM PST
  • 21) On the leaves are spots or lesions, -- injured or "diseased" -- infected with the apple-scab fungus.
  • 22) Dr. Russo’s group has been working on human tissue to more clearly define the abnormalities of Jagged1 and Notch2 in diseased livers.
  • 23) ‘The only thing I can figure is that they want the diseased bison to infect cattle and thereby harm the beef industry.’
  • 24) ‘The company has also reduced the height of the development and has introduced a tree planting scheme to replace the diseased trees already felled.’
  • 25) ‘A City Council report says the trees were diseased meaning they had to be axed before they toppled over.’
  • 26) ‘A spokesman for the school confirmed that examination had revealed the trees to be diseased.’
  • 27) ‘Owners of diseased trees had a responsibility to destroy them as soon as possible.’
  • 28) ‘Eventually she gets a job as a beef trimmer, generally a man's job, trimming the meat of diseased cattle.’
  • 29) ‘Because there is no cure, the only solution is to cut down both diseased and healthy trees when the insect is found in an area.’
  • 30) ‘The standard treatment is draconic: The diseased trees are simply cut down and burned.’
  • 31) ‘When the heart suffers damage or becomes diseased, it struggles to heal and resume normal functioning.’
  • 32) ‘But now there are fears the grouse could become weak and diseased unless their numbers are reduced’
  • 33) ‘Carefully cut out as many of the stems as necessary, taking out diseased or weak growth first and untangle the rest if possible.’
  • 34) ‘This would not affect the use of such a weapon in order to prevent the suffering of an injured or diseased deer.’
  • 35) ‘Humans are only rarely infected by handling a diseased animal and infection is only temporary and mild.’
  • 36) ‘Men working in the wood said they were felling the trees for firewood because they were diseased and dangerous.’
  • 37) ‘Not every animal exposed to a disease agent becomes infected or diseased.’
  • 38) ‘As the organ transplant industry has grown, the possibility of infection from diseased tissue has become a concern.’
  • 39) ‘One approach is to remove genetic material from a diseased organism, thus making the material weaker.’
  • 40) ‘Even if predators don't kill the diseased animal, hunger surely will.’
  • 41) ‘The co-operation is conditional on seven specific measures including the culling of diseased populations of badgers.’
  • 42) ‘She refers to the place as a diseased blight whose continuing existence diminishes the country.’
  • 43) ‘What the townspeople really suffer from are diseased consciences brought on by severe greed.’
  • 44) ‘Are they the product of a diseased mind, a sick imagination, a temporary lapse of sanity?’
  • 45) ‘The only cure for a diseased culture is a healthy culture and the only source of a healthy culture is a healthy spirituality.’
  • 46) ‘Putting issues in the cupboard only allow them to fester into diseased debates over injustice or elite arrogance.’
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