Deceased and Lost


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Deceased adjective – No longer living.
Lost and deceased are semantically related. in dead topic. In some cases you can use "Lost" instead an adjective "Deceased", when it comes to topics like late.
Nearby Words: decease, deceasing
Synonyms for Deceased


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Lost adjective – No longer possessed.
Deceased and lost are semantically related. You can use "Deceased" instead an adjective "Lost".
Nearby Word: losing
Synonyms for Lost

Things that words describes

love deceased love lost love
soul deceased soul lost soul
character deceased character lost character
crew deceased crew lost crew
Other nouns: relatives, king, child, brother, mom, soldiers, siblings.

Both words in one sentence

  • Comic Book / 52 Ralph points out that Jordan and Arrow have both been dead before, and Ralph has actually lost track of how many times Metamorpho has been deceased in the past.
  • Shrine to the Fallen Whether it's your dead little brother, your child that passed on after an illness, your lost love or just that one person you couldn't save, some characters are so attached to a deceased loved one that they have a hard time letting go.
  • Badass and Child Duo The Badass often sees the child as a Morality Pet, as a way to atone for his past, or as a Replacement Goldfish for a deceased child that they've lost.
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