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  • n. The state of being undead


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un- +‎ death


  • Since then, though, vampire stories have been done to undeath in Hollywood and on TV, thus upping the ante considerably for anyone who wants to put Count Dracula's original story back on the stage.

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  • This is why there's no need to rehash the stories that have been done "to undeath."

    Wampyr Wuv

  • After this encounter will be Lady Deathwhisper who leads her cult into battle with the promise of giving them an opportunity to provide eternal service into undeath.

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  • “No vampire that has passed through the threshold of death and embraced undeath can—”


  • It had to be there for you to be an Emperor, and it will remain until you undergo postmortem stress and surrender to undeath completely.


  • He bared his neck and made the vow, I offer you my allegiance, my loyalty, and my undeath.

    Arcane Circle

  • But what†™ s most certain is that London needs babies, because there isn†™ t a civilian soul left alive in this battle to the undeath.

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  • During the first few years of my … undeath, I thought I could gain my revenge on Adelbern.

    Guild Wars: Ghosts of Ascalon

  • From conception to execution to completion, their respective belief and creativity helped bring this project to life … and undeath.


  • Would it open their minds and give them a better perspective on life and undeath?



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