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  • noun The act or process of zombifying.

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Examples

  • It would seem that zombification is nothing more than skillful poisoning.

    They're Alive: Real Scientific Reasons to Believe in Vampires, Werewolves, and Zombies

  • The main obstacle to zombification is a person's sense of self-identity, or ego.

    INTERVIEW: Zombie John C. Wright

  • Another is the loss-through a "zombification"-of a large potentially vibrant economic sector, which should be a significant contributor to economic growth.

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  • Each year they contribute to the 'zombification' of the working class as they have lost many of their rights through compromises by their leaders.

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  • He has been enthralled in the art of "zombification" since his childhood.

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  • Each year they contribute to the 'zombification' of the working class as they have lost many of their rights through compromises by their leaders.

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  • As for mammalian and avian scavengers, these animals might be more skittish of zombies than they would be of cadavers, but I have to wonder if some of them might try to take a bite here or there, especially during the time between death and 'zombification' as the putrefaction which soon comes about is more of a deterrent than attractant for everything other than insect scavengers.

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  • As for mammalian and avian scavengers, these animals might be more skittish of zombies than they would be of cadavers, but I have to wonder if some of them might try to take a bite here or there, especially during the time between death and 'zombification' as the putrefaction which soon comes about is more of a deterrent than attractant for everything other than insect scavengers.

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  • The mathematicians considered a scenario in which there was rapid "zombification" after people were bitten by undead creatures, and another in which the incubation period was 24 hours.

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  • We need some anti-zombification in that esteemed body.

    Matthew Yglesias » Too Many Elections

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