from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Relating to death.
- adj. Common misspelling of deathly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- So as to resemble death; deathly.
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He may as well come out and call some of the dresses "deathy".
I mean, some ppl might think you were being callous and shallow, and like, showing signs of douchery and cynicism previously unknown to those New Yorkers, who like, didn't die when everything went all ashy/deathy, but I guess it might be worth it -- I HEART Will Smith!
They are all very adept at finding snotty things to say about Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, and John Edwards, but they are deathy afraid of being asked to provide a substantial answer about real issues such as health care.
A few death scenes avoid their key moments and show a different perspective, something lighter and less, well deathy.
The deathy stillness of a town, and the barred windows, and shut shops, and empty streets, and great long lines of big brick buildins, look melancholy.
The deathy stillness of a town, and the barred windows, and shut shops, and empty streets, and great long lines of big brick buildin's look melancholy.
The Raven dislikes all animal food that has not a deathy smack.
The vocals move from a deathy rasp to an almost spoken, clean swagger, akin to
Yet, in the modern era judges have become less reticent about the deathy penalty and less likely to sign off on any technicality in order to stop it.
While the band considers themselves melodic death metal, I tend to disagree; the vocals are too 'core to be deathy, and they are way more melodic than death metal - but I'm not going to get into a banter about sub-genres and classification.
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