Deceased and Gone


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Deceased adjective – No longer living.
Usage example: the recently deceased tenant was found by a concerned neighbor

Gone is a synonym for deceased in dead topic. In some cases you can use "Gone" instead an adjective "Deceased", when it comes to topics like live. popular alternative
Nearby Words: decease, deceasing
Synonyms for Deceased


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Gone adjective – No longer living.
Usage example: doctors came to the waiting room to give the sad news that the operation hadn't been successful and the heart patient was gone

Deceased is a synonym for gone in dead topic. You can use "Deceased" instead the word "Gone" as an adjective or a noun, if it concerns topics such as live, not present. popular alternative
Nearby Words: go, goner, goneness
Synonyms for Gone

Things that words describes

girl deceased girl gone girl
friend deceased friend gone friend
character deceased character gone character
man deceased man gone man
Other nouns: wife, mother, sister, members.

Both words in one sentence

  • Schrödinger's Butterfly In the dream the dead person is still alive, and it's explicitly stated in the dream (either by the dreamer or the deceased) that the "mourning" the dreamer has just gone through was nothing but a bad nightmare.
  • Their wills, the listing of their last wishes, have gone missing and as a result, the heirs are fighting over the deceased's possessions.
  • Scale of Scientific Sins When Dawn revives their recently deceased mother while it is never seen it is implied it would have gone poorly.
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