“Judith Miller’s reportage on marketing of evidence for mobility of the now dead and buried buriers of”
“Other and more trustworthy reports declare the number dead and buried on Grosse Isle alone exceeding ten thousand, while Dr. Douglas, a medical superintendent at the time, estimated that at least eight thousand had been buried at sea.”
“Here is sad news, Trim, cried Susannah, wiping her eyes as Trim stepp’d into the kitchen, — master Bobby is dead and buried — the funeral was an interpolation of”
“That was the difference between Hickory and Hooch -- Hooch would've made sure the husband was dead and buried long since.”
“/And/you/, having a Bessy announced to you, calmly ask was it Bessy Barnet! after she had been dead and buried (according to Tom Holcroft) for a quarter of a century!”
“With NASA's triumph tonight, this guy would be dead and buried before the Space Frontier Foundation attained their goals of privatization.”
“The blue woman gave us a name in Jehannah, and said we were to wait there until she sent instructions, but the woman in Jehannah was dead and buried when we arrived.”
“The French have adopted the term epicier (grocer) to designate the sort of being whom the Germans designate by the term Philistine; but the French term ” besides that it casts a slur upon a respectable class, composed of living and susceptible members, while the original Philistines are dead and buried long ago ” is really, I think, in itself much less apt and expressive than the German term.”
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how dead is used
(as) dead as mutton, (as) dead as the ..., be dead meat, to, be dead on, to, be dead, to, dead against, dead and alive, dead and buried, dead and done (fo..., dead and gone, dead-and-goneness, dead angle and 138 more...
alas and alack, apples and oranges, coffee and tea, cream and sugar, father and son, forgive and forget, ins and outs, kith and kin, knit and purl, milk and cookies, mother and daughter, odds and ends and 181 more...
Collocations with 'and' & 'or'
neither fish nor ..., neither hide nor ..., alive and kicking, all or nothing, an arm and a leg, apples and oranges, back and forth, be-all and end-all, bells and whistles, black and white, blood and guts, bow and arrow and 230 more...
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