death mask

NOUN
  1. a cast taken from the face of a dead person
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How To Use death mask In A Sentence

  • There are several different versions of Napoleon's death mask in circulation - after his death many people, including hero-worshippers, wanted to own a copy.
  • There are ship models, death masks of Lincoln and Beethoven his favorite composer, a gun collection, horse ecorches, an authentic birchbark canoe, a native American drum, a skull with a bowler hat, saddles, and a lantern slide projector, which he used for projecting up his preliminary drawings. N.C. Wyeth's Studio
  • It's more like being sealed behind your own death mask without having to die first. Times, Sunday Times
  • His pointy, simpery, unexpressive features look like a cross between those of an 11-year-old boy and a death mask.
  • The death mask is more disconcerting. Times, Sunday Times
  • A digitally reconstructed face matched that of the death mask. Times, Sunday Times
  • We have excellent representations of him, a bust by Torrigiano, a portrait by Sittow, a remarkable death mask, coinage likenesses, and a realistic tomb effigy.
  • We appear to be looking at his death mask. Times, Sunday Times
  • The face still looked like the famous death mask. Times, Sunday Times
  • Oddly enough, those of us who were arrested, placed ourselves in a silent vigil in front of the AEC, wearing death masks in all black clothing, and hanging around our necks were the names of the dead soldiers and Iraqis killed since the illegal and immoral invasion of that country. Seven Activists Faced Trial in Philadelphia but Charges are DISMISSED!
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