Pronunciation of Dead
/dˈɛd/, /dˈɛd/, /d_ˈɛ_d/
Antonyms for dead:
Synonyms for dead:
grating, cross-eyed, close-set, numbing, crashing, topspin, phatic, sea, tautological, synonymous, hoarse, soft-spoken, honeyed, nasal, gravelly, wobbly, fagged, straightaway, underhand, modulated, lidded, sotto voce, monosyllabic, orotund, Rheumy, comfortably, polysemous, smack-dab, silvery, proverbial, inflected, sunken, monotonous, disyllabic, strident, tuckered, metaphorical, ringing, fruity, shrill, fatigued, umbrella, guttural, stentorian, beady, strangled, croaky, matter of fact, bloodshot, sesquipedalian, throaty, quietly, unpronounceable, breathy, worn down, disembodied, husky, unrelieved, unmarked, backspin, pop-eyed, adenoidal, tired out, wearied, drowned, Pooped, agglutinative, smoky, linguistic, wheezy, doe-eyed, idiomatic, toneless, figuratively, deep-set, high-pitched, arrant, small, cognate, spoken.
figurative, anesthesia, hollow, bleary, literal, completely, piggy, rough, Strangulated, rundown, rebound, outright, wholly, out-and-out, downright, shuttered, casualty, nonstandard, pidgin, thoroughgoing, totally, painless, Weariful, entirely, bug-eyed, thickly, done in, vanished, insensate, headless, singsong, underarm, brittle, unplayable, thoroughly, raucous, thin, gruff, directly, squarely, weary, creole, altogether, hazel, analgesia.
consummate, unmitigated, literally, comfortable, classical, technical, bouncy, native, worn-out, exhausted, precisely, quite, all-out, flat out, unbounded, unlimited, penetrating, fully, spent, exactly, pure.
indifferent, cold (adjective)
no longer alive (adjective)
not working (adjective)
faint, aloof, unconscious, oblivious, unfeeling, trance-like, soporific, blacked out, narcotic, insensitive, comatose, numb, insensible, anesthetized, unperceptive, insentient, callous, dull, senseless, swooning.
completely, totally (adverb)
Sense 5 (noun)
fagged, spent, wearied, tired out, tired, brittle, bleary, fruity, breathy, tuckered, exhausted, worn down, disembodied, rundown, Weariful, Pooped, adenoidal, done in, grating, worn-out, croaky, weary, fatigued.
Sense 6 (noun)
Sense 7 (noun)
Sense 13 (noun)
exactly, tired out, extinct, insensitive, exhausted, inanimate, total, absolutely, unfeeling, exanimate, perfect, downright, insentient, defunct, complete, perfectly, thoroughly, precisely, thorough, totally, dull, numb, outright, absolute, quiet, utter, gone, Perished, inert, cold, lifeless, torpid, deceased, entirely, insensate, quite, knackered, utterly, tired, very, late, completely, unqualified, departed.