dead body

NOUN
  1. a natural object consisting of a dead animal or person
    they found the body in the lake
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How To Use dead body In A Sentence

  • An Iron Ancestor is a reanimated and iron - forged dead body possessed by a ghost.
  • We couldn't possibly have dreamt that there would be a dead body on the other side of the fence to us.
  • Laura had never seen a dead body before.
  • The priest made the sign of the cross over the dead body.
  • As he pulled the dead body from the spring the water became agitated, and from the bubbles arose a vapor that gradually assumed the form of a venerable Indian, with long white locks, in whom the murderer recognized Waukauga, father of the Shoshone and Comanche nation, and a man whose heroism and goodness made his name revered in both these tribes. Myths and Legends of Our Own Land — Volume 07 : Along the Rocky Range
  • Catherine's dead body lay peacefully on the bed.
  • ‘Ask the guy who operates the crematorium what it takes to get rid of a dead body,’ he said.
  • He stood staring at the dead body, unable to comprehend.
  • In his old age people began to build chapels for his dead body, driving him to ask one of his disciples to bury him in secret. Times, Sunday Times
  • Her dead body wears the smile of accomplishment.
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