zombi vs zombie

zombi zombie

Definitions

  • 1) several kinds of rum with fruit juice and usually apricot liqueur
  • 2) someone who acts or responds in a mechanical or apathetic way
  • 3) (voodooism) a spirit or supernatural force that reanimates a dead body
  • 4) a god of voodoo cults of African origin worshipped especially in West Indies
  • 5) a dead body that has been brought back to life by a supernatural force

Definitions

  • 1) A cocktail of rum and fruit juices.
  • 2) fiction, horror A deceased person who becomes reanimate to attack the living.
  • 3) A person, usually undead, animated by unnatural forces (such as magic), with no soul or will of his/her own.
  • 4) philosophy A hypothetical person who lacks self awareness.
  • 5) A snake god or fetish in religions of West Africa and elsewhere.
  • 6) computing A process or task which has terminated but was not removed from the list of processes, typically because it has child processes that have not yet terminated.
  • 7) figuratively A human being in a state of extreme mental exhaustion.
  • 8) figuratively An apathetic person.
  • 9) computing A computer affected by malware which causes it to do whatever the attacker wants it to do without the user's knowledge.
  • 10) A computer connected to the internet and controlled by a remote unauthorized user to perform malicious tasks, without the owner being aware.
  • 11) A bank or business that cannot meet its financial obligations or make new loans but has been allowed to continue operating by the government.
  • 12) In voodoo belief and popular folklore, a corpse that has been reanimated, especially by means of a supernatural power or spell.
  • 13) One who looks or behaves like an automaton.
  • 14) A snake god of voodoo cults in West Africa, Haiti, and the southern United States.
  • 15) A tall mixed drink made of various rums, liqueur, and fruit juice.
  • 16) several kinds of rum with fruit juice and usually apricot liqueur
  • 17) someone who acts or responds in a mechanical or apathetic way
  • 18) (voodooism) a spirit or supernatural force that reanimates a dead body
  • 19) a god of voodoo cults of African origin worshipped especially in West Indies
  • 20) a dead body that has been brought back to life by a supernatural force

Examples

  • 1) ‘The living dead in pop culture are no doubt inspired by the great voodoo zombie legend of Haiti in the heart of the Caribbean.’
  • 2) ‘And in Haiti she found eight ‘authentic cases’ of zombies, one of whom she photographed in a hospital.’
  • 3) ‘Of course, the people of Haiti claim that they see zombies very often, but no one has been able to prove it.’
  • 4) ‘Some scientists claim that voodoo zombies are created with this toxin.’
  • 5) ‘The voodoo zombie is not a dead person, but a living person who has been brain damaged.’
  • 6) ‘Portrayals in modern books, films, games, and haunted attractions, are quite different from both voodoo zombies and those of folklore.’
  • 7) ‘In folklore, zombies are portrayed as innocent victims who are raised in a comatose trance from their graves by malevolent sorcerers.’
  • 8) ‘In 1982, an ethnobotanist and independent scholar announced that the chemical is a major component of the voodoo elixir that turns people into zombies.’
  • 9) ‘He cleared his throat and began to read, "A zombie is an undead person in the tradition of voodoo."’
  • 10) ‘Basically, it's all about consciousness, and in the voodoo religions, zombies are bodies without soul.’
  • 11) ‘Day of the Dead (1985) shows the beginnings of a new world, where survivors learn to domesticate the zombies.’
  • 12) ‘There are no vampires, werewolves, zombies, or outer space creatures.’
  • 13) ‘The zombies are, of course, the ultimate consumers.’
  • 14) ‘They seek refuge from an army of flesh-eating zombies by hiding in a shopping mall.’
  • 15) ‘Disturbing, highly intelligent, referential to a legion of horror movies, the film is a horrifyingly bleak portrait of a Britain overrun by rabid zombies.’
  • 16) ‘The Earth is overrun by flesh-eating zombies, and the bunker is used for both shelter and experimentation.’
  • 17) ‘Just hope you're better served than Christopher when your neighbors turn into brain-eating zombies.’
  • 18) ‘A group of strangers barricade themselves into a house in order to escape from a horde of flesh-eating zombies.’
  • 19) ‘His life came to an end when, after taking a bullet, he was torn apart by a horde of hungry zombies.’
  • 20) ‘One can become inflicted with this malady by being bitten by zombie.’
  • 21) ‘The cops fled the scene, but not before one was bitten by the zombie.’
  • 22) ‘Anyone bitten by a zombie dies and is reanimated as one of them.’
  • 23) ‘Have the common courtesy to tell your fellow survivors that you've been bitten by a zombie and will probably try to eat them within the hour instead of just shrugging and hoping the problem goes away by itself.’
  • 24) ‘Not many like to go there, because it can be an unnerving experience, the officials more often than not appearing like zombies who cannot even hear applicants.’
  • 25) ‘As D-Day approached I became a zombie, all distant stares and unresponsive grunts.’
  • 26) ‘I stopped… progressing for a while, a sort of zombie of my former self.’
  • 27) ‘This argument assumes, of course, that everyone who smokes marijuana will become some sort of zombie, and as such is a worst-case scenario.’
  • 28) ‘One woman described herself as a ‘walking zombie for a week and a half’ as she waited for her biopsy results.’
  • 29) ‘That junk food-munching young zombie who is watching a burping contest on AXN, is pure gold for the advertiser.’
  • 30) ‘This is not to say that they are leading meaningful lives, but they are not necessarily lunatics, morons, or zombies.’
  • 31) ‘It needs to be said at this point that I am NOT inferring that all people in these countries are poor, ignorant zombies.’
  • 32) ‘Now I face a mystery tour on a ropey coach: I'm going to be a zombie all day, and in grave danger of slumping into my gravy over lunch.’
  • 33) ‘Either that or I have to start drinking more and get used to feeling like a damn zombie the next day.’
  • 34) ‘That's the sort of idea of the philosopher's zombie, there could be two Sues and one would be conscious and the other wouldn't.’
  • 35) ‘This is a being that would be hugely different behaviorally from a normal human being, an unmotivated, listless vegetable, while a philosopher's zombie, by definition, is as lively and (apparently) motivated as anybody could be.’
  • 36) ‘What we are supposing to be absent in the zombie's mind is just phenomenal consciousness.’
  • 37) ‘The existence of zombies would be a clear counter-example to this metaphysical determination.’
  • 38) ‘So if the zombie hypothesis is correct, physicalism is false.’
  • 39) ‘While the zombie argument raises a problem for physicalism's metaphysical claims about the relations between mind and body, the explanatory gap argument raises a problem for physicalism's understanding of consciousness.’
  • 40) ‘Nothing in the zombie theory explains why they act the way they do, unless we hypothesize the existence of unseen causes, demonic puppet masters, or the like.’
  • 41) ‘The zombie intuitions on which such arguments rely are controversial and their soundness remains in dispute.’
  • 42) ‘Among the metaphysical arguments that have been given in support of such claims are those that appeal to intuitions about the conceivability and logical possibility of zombies.’
  • 43) ‘When one imagines the zombie, one cannot be imagining something for which it only seems like it lacks the feeling of pain (say), but really it is in pain: for anything which is really in pain can never seem to lack the feeling of pain!’
  • 44) ‘Malicious programs capable of turning home PCs into zombies controlled by hackers are growing at between 150 to 200 per week.’
  • 45) ‘The zombies mount attacks by flooding servers with traffic til they can't cope.’
  • 46) ‘zombies can be used by criminal hackers to launch distributed denial-of-service attacks, spread spam messages or to steal confidential information.’
  • 47) ‘Spam zombies are part of a new generation of Internet-borne threats.’
  • 48) ‘Around one in three of the zombies linked to phishing by CipherTrust are based in the US.’
  • 49) ‘Hackers create zombies by scanning for exposed systems that they can manipulate remotely.’
  • 50) ‘It identifies machines that could be zombies by inspecting thousands of messages.’
  • 51) ‘A British teenager has been convicted for distributing the Randex computer worm, designed to turn innocent infected computers into compromised "zombies" under the control of remote hackers.’
  • 52) ‘Malware authors are creating 150 zombies a week.’
  • 53) ‘Previously it was fairly trivial to locate a zombie running on an infected Windows machine, by just tracing the source IP back.’
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