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- adj. Doomed; without hope of recovery.
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- tired out; used up; collapsed; destroyed; dead; killed.
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- adj. doomed to extinction
- adj. destroyed or killed
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As we have seen, he also called her ‘Mary Lucifer’—‘Mary the Light-bringer’—and it was claimed that he brought Lazarus back from the dead simply out of love for her, there being nothing he would not have done for her, nothing he could refuse her.
I, too, remember what Glint has done for humanity, and to go to slay her seems inconceivable.
When they all left to pick her up from the hospital, they again left me alone with Mrs. Zak, who had just had her hair done for Easter and smelled of dye.
One academician had said, upon its appearance, “Einstein has actually done for Physics what Mr. Keynes believes himself to have done for Economics,” and Keynes was not a man to let someone get away with that.
Does the good that Andrew has done for the town of Wexton and for the senior citizens in his care—not to mention the happy childhood he gave Delia—make up for or excuse his taking his daughter?
Later in the week, Mrs. Bergensen came over and told my mom what a good job I had done for her.
"If that's what thinking's done for you I'd recommend the sedative, but it's up to you."
As the beauty pageant has historically done for participants, Miss Chinatown Las Vegas opened up professional opportunities.
What Ceely Trevillian had done for him was to pitch him into an ocean wherein a raft would founder.
She had done so much for me—offered me an apartment, representation at one of the best agencies in town, a semisane adult to talk to when my mom went off the deep end—and what had I done for her?