Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of corpsicle.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The point is that if the second Freezer Bill passes, about three hundred thousand corpsicles will be declared formally dead.

    Minnesota Menage

  • The arguments for the second Freezer Bill were not much different The corpsicles named in group two had money, but they were insane.

    Minnesota Menage

  • The boob cube had been infested with corpsicles wearing approximations of their own styles.

    Minnesota Menage

  • He thought we might find that a coalition of organleggers had pooled advertising money to keep the corpsicles off the market.

    Minnesota Menage

  • The corpsicles they want are the ones who were healthiest, the ones who have the best chance of being brought back to life some day.

    Minnesota Menage

  • If the corpsicles are in frozen sleep, that's one thing.

    Minnesota Menage

  • At the hospital we don't even know where the spare parts come from: criminals, corpsicles, captured organleggers 'stocks, it all looks the same.

    Minnesota Menage

  • Those corpsicles who had survived the treatment -- twenty-two of them, out of thirty-five attempts -- had been clinically alive for some ten months, conscious for shorter periods.

    Minnesota Menage

  • Several North American hospitals had been reviving corpsicles.

    Minnesota Menage

  • The corpsicles were expected to work fourteen hours a day.

    A Hole In Space

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