Cold and Extinct


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Cold adjective – No longer living.
Usage example: paramedics tried to revive him, but he was already cold

Extinct and cold are semantically related In some cases you can use "Extinct" instead an adjective "Cold".
Nearby Words: coldness, coldly, coldish
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Extinct adjective – No longer existing.
Cold and extinct are semantically related in dead topic. Sometimes you can use "Cold" instead an adjective "Extinct".
Nearby Word: extinction
Synonyms for Extinct

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  • In one episode of Futurama Fry accidentally re-introduces the long extinct common cold.
  • Hurl It into the Sun This almost happens to Manhattan after an outbreak of a once extinct disease (the common cold).
  • Literature / Known Space Humans from Earth, AKA "Flatlanders" have so little survival instinct the only reason they haven't gone extinct is because Earth itself is all but wrapped in rubber foam and its ecosystem has been scrubbed of every threat right down to the common cold.
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