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    Synonyms and Definitions

    Use "deadly" in a sentence

    deadly example sentences

    deadly


    1. Underling said in his deadly calm


    2. a deadly one, can remain in the body, even when bedsores have formed,


    3. That usually means either the management are foul or the job is deadly


    4. The whole episode played out on a video screen, a new level in a deadly shooting game in which we were the canned crowd expected to applaud on cue


    5. Burn pulled up out of the field and accelerated ahead of that deadly bow wave of debris so hard that he thought she'd rip the nacelles off their mounting


    6. Nlara hinted that it was a deadly adventure and Vyinga eventually gave in, complaining about having to relive this on every trip on this river


    7. moon, stepped on a deadly snake which struck her leg


    8. Meanwhile, the serpent, who now had Sons’ arm in its’ deadly grip raised


    9. deadly snakes guarding it, but the snakes did not strike as he walked past


    10. Was the brush he was sitting in infecting him with poison or disease? Were there deadly diseases in the water? Much of the water had splashed over his foot, would the wound be full of worms if he survived til daylight?


















































































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    Synonyms for "deadly"

    deadly deathly mortal lethal baneful pernicious pestilent venomous virulent deucedly devilishly insanely madly lifelessly noisome bloodthirsty noxious implacable sanguinary malignant fatal tedious tiresome

    "deadly" definitions

    causing or capable of causing death


    of an instrument of certain death


    extremely poisonous or injurious; producing venom


    involving loss of divine grace or spiritual death


    exceedingly harmful


    (of a disease) having a rapid course and violent effect


    as if dead


    (used as intensives) extremely