Synonyms and related words:
abeyant, apathetic, asleep, asleep in Jesus, at rest, bereft of life, between the lines, breathless, called home, carrion, cataleptic, catatonic, comatose, covert, croaked, cryptic, dead, dead and gone, dead asleep, death-struck, deceased, deep asleep, defunct, delitescent, demised, departed, departed this life, destitute of life, done for, dopey, dormant, dull, esoteric, exanimate, fallen, fast asleep, finished, flaked-out, flat, food for worms, foul, gone, gone to glory, gone west, goofing off, groggy, heavy, hibernating, hidden, in abeyance, in suspense, inactive, inanimate, incautious, inert, languid, languorous, late, late lamented, latent, launched into eternity, leaden, lifeless, logy, lurking, martyred, muffled, mystic, napping, no more, nodding, obfuscated, oblivious, obscured, occult, off-guard, out, passed on, passive, phlegmatic, possible, potential, pushing up daisies, released, reposing, resting easy, sainted, sedentary, slack, sluggish, slumbering, smitten with death, smoldering, sound asleep, stagnant, standing, static, still, stillborn, submerged, suspended, taken away, taken off, tame, torpid, unalert, unaroused, uncautious, unconscious, under the surface, underlying, unguarded, unmanifested, unprepared, unready, unvigilant, unwary, unwatchful, veiled, virtual, with the Lord, with the saints, without life, without vital functions

Moby Thesaurus. . 1996.


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