|death personified||Grim Reaper|
|(1909-1955) American author who wrote the novel "A Death in the Family"||James Agee|
|(died c.355 BC) Persian ruler of the ancient Asian region of Caria (after his death, his wife built him a huge tomb, named the Mausoleum)||Mausolus|
|(George) English general who orchestrated the return of the Stuart monarch after the death of Oliver Cromwell||Monck|
|(Pathology) siriasis, serious condition caused by excess exposure to the sun (characterized by fever, weakness, and possible coma or death), illness caused by too much sun, insolation||sunstroke|
|(Pathology) sunstroke, serious condition caused by excess exposure to the sun (characterized by fever, weakness, and possible coma or death)||siriasis|
|(Theology) study of doctrines and beliefs pertaining to the end of the world; doctrine pertaining to the end of the world, doctrines about death and its aftermath||eschatology|
|60 minutes, 60-minute interval shown on a timepiece, credit hour, distance traveled in 60 minutes, measure of longitude, regular time for something, significant period, single session, time of day, time of death, time of success, unit of time equal to ...||hour|
|able to survive; capable of being survived, can be endured without resulting in death||survivable|
|about to be ruined, exhausted, finished, incapable of continuing, injured, defeated, dying, near death||done for|
|about to die, ceasing to live, expiring, final, occurring just before death, of or pertaining to death; nearing death; occurring just prior to death; ending, drawing to a close||dying|
|accomplishment, putting into practice; putting to death, carrying out of legal provisions, enforcement of a court judgment, killing, manner of performance, performing of something, signing of a document||execution|
|act of choking someone to death, act of killing by compressing the windpipe and preventing the intake of air||strangling|
|act of crucifying, act of putting someone to death by nailing or binding him to a cross||crucifixion|
|act of dying, death, die, depart from life, pass away||decease|
|act of suffocating, act of killing by cutting of the oxygen supply; death caused by a lack of air or oxygen||suffocation|
|act of suspending; act of executing by suspending by the neck (from a gallows, gibbet, etc.), at the top of a slope, fabric hung on a wall, method of killing, punishable by death, severe or unmerciful||hanging|
|act of throwing stones at a person or thing; death by stoning||lapidation|
|act or instance of losing; failure to keep; deprivation; something which is lost; defeat; destruction, death, drop in power caused by resistance, fact of no longer having something, instance of losing contest, instance or amount of claim, money spent i...||loss|
|act that assures victory, death blow||coup de grâce|
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