from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. In a terminal manner.
- adv. Leading to death; lasting until death.
- adv. To the target.
- adv. At the end.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- With respect to a termination; at the extreme end.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. at the end
Even though I have the label "terminally ill," I know my chances and my time is what I make it.
One of his "wish's," that's what he calls the terminally-ill kids he is assigned to, has slipped from a routine wish to rush-wish.
I grew up in terminally corrupt Alabama in the 1950s as did Georgia in New Jersey about the same time.
The way the press, including some of the ‘leftie’ blogs have vilified the healthcare bill they have succeeded in terminally confusing the public.
Is it not true that If you have aids then you are classified as terminally ill?
AN 80-year-old grandmother who doctors identified as terminally ill and left to starve to death has recovered after her outraged daughter intervened.
Earlier, the committee heard it was difficult to determine whether a prisoner was "terminally" ill.
We are all "terminally" ill .... the only difference is the time it will take for each one of us to die.
However, why doesn't he rather fall "terminally" ill and get pardoned?
The rise of the BNP, Respect and UKIP will terminally undermine Labour.
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