dying definition

  • verb:
    • provide participle of die1.
    • provide participle of die.
    • provide participle of die1.
    • Present participle of die.
  • adjective:
    • planning to perish: dying clients.
    • Drawing to a conclusion; declining: within the dying hours associated with the legislative program.
    • complete or uttered right before demise: a dying demand.
    • nearing death; going to die; moribund;
    • decreasing, or drawing to a finish.
    • Pertaining to the moments before death
    • failing woefully to evoke laughter through the market.
    • Experiencing powerful desire
    • In the act of dying; destined to demise; mortal; perishable.
    • Of or related to dying or death
    • in or associated with the means of passing from life or ceasing becoming
    • eagerly desirous
    • About to die: dying patients.
    • Drawing to an-end; decreasing: inside dying hours of legislative session.
    • Done or uttered just before death: a dying request.
    • Approaching demise; about to perish; moribund;
    • Declining, or drawing to a conclusion.
    • related to the moments before death
    • Failing to stimulate laughter from market.
    • Experiencing strong need
    • within the act of dying; destined to death; mortal; perishable.
    • Of or regarding dying or demise
    • in or associated with the means of moving from life or ceasing becoming
    • eagerly desirous
  • noun:
    • those who find themselves presently expiring, moribund.
    • The process of nearing demise; or, less specifically, demise it self.
    • The act of expiring; passageway from life to demise; loss of life.
    • The work of expiring; reduced life; death.
    • enough time when some thing stops
    • those people who are currently expiring, moribund.
    • the entire process of approaching demise; or, less exactly, demise itself.
    • The work of expiring; passageway from life to demise; loss of life.
    • The act of expiring; lack of life; demise.
    • the full time when one thing stops
  • others:
    • Physically decaying; a failure from life; approaching demise or dissolution; moribund: because, a dying guy; a dying tree.
    • Mortal; destined to death; perishable: as, dying figures.
    • Drawing to an in depth; fading away; a failure; languishing: as, the dying 12 months; a dying light.
    • provided, uttered, or manifested prior to demise: as, dying terms; a dying request; dying love.
    • Pertaining to or connected with demise: because, a dying hour; a dying sleep.
    • Physically rotting; a failure from life; approaching death or dissolution; moribund: since, a dying man; a dying tree.
    • Mortal; destined to demise; perishable: because, dying bodies.
    • Drawing to an in depth; diminishing away; a deep failing; languishing: as, the dying year; a dying light.
    • provided, uttered, or manifested just before demise: as, dying words; a dying request; dying love.
    • Pertaining to or related to death: as, a dying hour; a dying bed.

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