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Decease in a sentence

In his decease they both saw the.
Both predicted their own decease at.
decease which he should accomplish at Jerusalem.
He evidently did not anticipate an immediate decease.
But Thomas Curnow warned the train, prevented their decease.
time researching about information related to this decease,.
Decease the amount of friction between the fingers and the table.

the decease of Catherine, when Linton was twelve, or a little more.
You must find it and try to retrieve any information that you can on what they are doing to the recently decease.
The bell of Monte Citorio, which only sounds on the pope's decease and the opening of the Carnival, was ringing a joyous peal.
Minchin on the other side of Tipton, the decease of Hicks, a rural practitioner, having increased Middlemarch practice in that direction.
Fortunately, its mother died before the time arrived; some thirteen years after the decease of Catherine, when Linton was twelve, or a little more.
At old Roger Chillingworth's decease, (which took place within the year,) and by his last will and testament, of which Governor Bellingham and the Reverend Mr.
I did not ask what she meant by all being over, but I suppose she referred to the expected decease of her mother and the gloomy sequel of funeral rites.
The late king of the country not only appeared to have been troubled with a cough at the time of his decease, but to have taken it with him to the tomb, and to have brought it back.
Villefort retired to his study, and d'Avrigny left to summon the doctor of the mayoralty, whose office it is to examine bodies after decease, and who is expressly named the doctor of the dead.
Linton's funeral was appointed to take place on the Friday following her decease; and till then her coffin remained uncovered, and strewn with flowers and scented leaves, in the great drawing-room.
Linton’s funeral was appointed to take place on the Friday following her decease; and till then her coffin remained uncovered, and strewn with flowers and scented leaves, in the great drawing-room.
Their decease made no impression on the other flies out promenading, who looked at them in the coolest manner (as if they themselves were elephants, or something as far removed), until they met the same fate.
EvE, if the web is severed or censored, will your, will our mind decease, devolve, or desist in the digital winter that would ensue? I asked the EvE not here but somewhere, and therewhere knew she was asking herself.
I forget in detail what they were, but I have a general recollection that he was to begin with reviving the Drama, and to end with crushing it; inasmuch as his decease would leave it utterly bereft and without a chance or hope.
On July 23rd, 1885, he married Her Royal Highness Princess Beatrice, at Whippingham Church, in the Isle of Wight, and there are three sons and one daughter of the marriage, the eldest of whom was only nine years old on his father's sad decease.
He divined that one of his enemy's purposes was to secure the personal property, as well as the estate, to his son: or rather himself; yet why he did not wait till his decease was a puzzle to my master, because ignorant how nearly he and his nephew would quit the world together.
He divined that one of his enemy’s purposes was to secure the personal property, as well as the estate, to his son: or rather himself; yet why he did not wait till his decease was a puzzle to my master, because ignorant how nearly he and his nephew would quit the world together.
At another time, on receiving a notification of the decease of a gentleman of the country-side, wherein not only the dignities of the dead man, but also the feudal and noble qualifications of all his relatives, spread over an entire page: "What a stout back Death has!" he exclaimed.
Doubtless a widely spread conviction of the total abolition of man’s nature in the first death would destroy the Protestant faith in 'glory, as following decease; it would destroy the Romish faith in purgatory; and it would destroy spiritualism—so far as it is based on necromancy.
For by her predeceasing her daughter the latter would have come into possession of the property, and, even had she only survived her mother by five minutes, her property would, in case there were no will, and a will was a practical impossibility in such a case, have been treated at her decease as under intestacy.
about 36,287,606,620 earth years old, not taking the value of G deceasing.
The deceased is.
benefit of the deceased.
) of the deceased person.
The deceased is greatly.
Rana appeared, deceased.
She claims the deceased was.
If the deceased belonged to.
If the deceased is the sole.
Both her parents are deceased.
So in their view the deceased.
bears the epitaphof the deceased.
The number of deceased totaled.
companions now long since deceased.
RELATIVES FRIENDS OF THE DECEASED:.
of his deceased benefactor, Bazdeev.
building as a shrine to his deceased.
• Hasten the burial of the deceased.
from the girl’s deceased grandfather.
I saw ranger my deceased dog with him.
What’s the name of the deceased?.
On inquiringthe name of the deceased,.
A black and white photo of the deceased.
court to settle the estate of a deceased.
the deceased man is laid down on the sand.
He stated that the deceased was his wife.
The estate of the deceased vests in the.
Yes ma’am, the occupants are deceased.

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Synonyms for decease

death decease expiry choke conk croak die exit expire go pass perish