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Things dead often describes (“dead ________”)
man, body, bodies, men, end, person, weight, leaves, letter, silence, space, load, woman, animals, cells, center, child, matter, trees, wood, father, mother, ends, fish, husband, tree, wife, horse, reckoning, level, tissue, calm, language, ones, brother, animal, past, girl, drunk, soldiers, branches, son, horses, set, languages, king, friend, dog, face, bird, eyes, stop, birds, boy, loads, beat, ancestors, zone, soldier, loss, run, right, grass, souls, bone, baby, air, one, earnest, relatives, meat, cat, christ, plants, skin, leaf, centre, bury, issue, flesh, sister, heat, comrades, letters, lion, branch

Descriptive words:
long, own, illustrious, mighty, confederate, unburied, german, american, heroic, righteous, blessed, noble, beloved, japanese, british, silent, cold, wicked, brain, glorious, indian, poor, recent, stark, english, holy, immortal, ancient, honored, royal, newly, gallant, happy, half, russian, sacred, countless, ancestral, pious, civilian, faithful, french, brave, grateful, stone, martyred, nameless, famous, called, christian, patient, unknown, shot, innocent, dear, chinese, athenian, restless, quiet, sheeted, nigh, turkish, sainted, unidentified, untimely, egyptian, near, five, valiant, distinguished, thy, anonymous, recently, roman, spanish, innumerable


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See dead used in context: 100+ rhymes, 268 Shakespeare works, 2 Mother Goose rhymes, several books and articles.

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