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  • v. Present participle of zombify.


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zombify +‎ -ing


  • And by that I mean I couldn't go without zombifying a Christmas song!

    Archive 2009-12-24

  • Four new species of the zombifying fungi, members of the Ophiocordyceps or just Cordyceps genus have apparently been discovered.

    New Zombie-Creating Fungi Discovered (VIDEO)

  • They are endlessly pursued by the nefarious Umbrella Corporation, hoping to find Alice and get an antivirus from her blood, to reverse the zombifying T-Virus.

    Resident Evil: Extinction (2007)

  • A REPRESENTATIVE who for once actually REPRESENTS his constituents instead of zombifying them with promises and then telling them what to think.

    Oklahoma Dem won't endorse Obama

  • Partially because of the travel, and partially because packing and all of the last minute things that I need to do here in the next week is zombifying my brain, and, much as I love all of you, if I only have the energy to write a little, it's going to be fiction, rather than blog.

    Enjoy the silence

  • Apparently, Emerick had a minor nervous breakdown when the topic of zombifying him was broached, thus the vampire offer.


  • Me, I point to the day we brought Brian Epstein aboard … and we restrained ourselves from zombifying him.


  • The Civil War is still going on and has apparently spurred zeppelin development, and there are air pirates with captured Confederate zeppelins who hover over the city, sucking up the zombifying gas and making street drugs from it.

    Archive 2010-06-01

  • However, in this case Mom Briar Wilkes has to navigate an 1880's era Seattle that has been surrounded by 200 foot high walls to contain the zombifying gas released when her former husband ran a huge mining machine underneath the banking district of Seattle.

    Not my Hugo-ish Cup of Tea

  • But you forgot the part about sautéing their livers and sweetbreads with farmer's market California Basil and Whole Foods olive oil while dispassionately weighing the merits of Sartre's atheistic existentialism against Schopenhauer's nihilism, just prior to arriving at the inspiration for zombifying one's unconscious victims to keep them alive for sex.

    Joseph Minton Amann and Tom Breuer: Media Drunk Tank: Dreaming of a Black Christmas


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