Alternative terms for "The living dead"

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Lexicographical Neighbors of The Living Dead

the green-eyed monster
the heck
the hell
the hell out of
the hell with it
the icing on the cake
the jig is up
the joke is on someone
the jury is still out
the lady doth protest too much
the least bit
the like
the likes of
the line is busy
the living dead (current term)
the long and short
the man
the map is not the territory
the more the merrier
the more things change, the more they stay the same
the name of the game
the night before last
the night is young
the nose knows
the old woman is plucking her goose
the one
the ones
the other day
the other place

Literary usage of The living dead

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1. The Complete Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott by Walter Scott (1900)
"MAIDEN, whose sorrows wail the Living Dead, Whose eyes shall commune with the Dead Alive, Maiden, attend ! Beneath my foot lies hid The Word, the Law, ..."

2. The New Death by Winifred Margaretta Kirkland (1918)
"Grim Death has vanished, leaving in its stead The shining glory of the living dead." The sense of triumph and delight is as clear a note in the words of the ..."

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