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Words and phrases that have a meaning related to dying:   (191 results)

Antonyms:
birth

Often used in the same context:
perishing, suffering, starving, maimed, miscarrying, bedridden, disappearing, succumbing, collapsing, orphaning, afflicted, amebic dysentery, surviving, rotting, stricken, debilitated, felled, comatose, bayoneted, slaughtered, kill, palpitating, prostrate, aborning, living, blackwater fever, crying, drowning, vanishing, emaciated, weeping, defibrillating, commit suicide, trapped, choking, diagnosed, heat prostration, unmourned, malnourished, childbed fever, buried, fading, bleeding, fighting, resuscitated, stillborn, incapacitated, murdered, putrefy, hypovolemic shock, decaying, bedfast, unavenged, thriver, gasping, dehydrated, vegetate, saved, withered, coronary thrombosis, kidney failure, faking, cardiac arrest, wasting, shivering, convulsing, begging, fainted, disfigured, hallucinating, exterminated, sorrowed, agonizing, butchered, suffocate, clinging, cremates, despairing, immolated, rescued, addles, terrified, croaking, regrowing, sacrificed, embalmed, seeing, convalescing, frightened, moaning, renal failure, decomposing, cerebral thrombosis, wakens, opium addict, tranquillising, praying, ravaging, writhing, recovering, atrophying, backslidden, waking, passing, bringing, becoming, breaking, sleeping, changing, moving, overcoming, settling, staying, withdrawing, straggle, death, journeying, martyrdom, mending, travelling, be, read, sarcastic, toned, truculent, unimpassioned, angriest, angry, arrogant, bellicose, boastful, bow, brash, but, calumnious, candid, careless, censorious, ceremonious, contrite, crafty

More specific:
grave

Appears in the definition of:
algarobilla, algarroba, algarrobilla, alizarin carmine, alizarin crimson, alizarin red, anointing of the sick, assisted suicide, bedside, black catechu, bless, catechu, death, deathless, decease, dieback, even as, extreme unction, heroically, last, last rites, linger, ministerially, monocarpic, mumbling, rage, sawyer, sawyer beetle, throe, transience, transiency, transitoriness, undying

Part of:
life, lifespan, lifetime

More general:
end, ending

Synonyms:
anxious, death, declining, demise, eager, expiring, guttering, guttering out, last, moribund

Also try:
— Adjectives for dying: never, own, slow, long, holy, daily, last, more, busy, gradual, living, more...

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See dying used in context: 100+ rhymes, 37 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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