dead ahead

ADVERB
  1. exactly ahead or in front
    the laboratory is dead ahead
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How To Use dead ahead In A Sentence

  • I stared dead ahead at the doorway.
  • The stranger was dead ahead.
  • But it was there all right, dead ahead - a bar, knife-sharp and deadly.
  • The startled hogger awoke to the sparks of the fuzees and an horrific view of the rear of a train dead ahead and no way to stop in time.
  • Suddenly the buyer saw a cliff dead ahead.
  • But oh no: he waited, staring dead ahead, his jowls quivering to the vibrations of the idling engine. THE CALLIGRAPHER
  • the laboratory is dead ahead
  • She spotted the Lich Tower dead ahead, and figured it had to be just another mile's walk.
  • You know, but uh, he was like, Burton Woods, dead ahead.
  • Navigators in the open sea normally alter course in this way because they believe there is another vessel dead ahead on a reciprocal course or on their port bow in circumstances which require an alteration to starboard.
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