likely to cause deatha deadly disease currently affecting dolphins
a lethal dose of sleeping pills
She had suffered a fatal heart attack.
a deathly illness
the devastating force of the floods
the awesome destructive power of nuclear weapons
a mortal blow to terrorism
a series of murderous attacks
All parts of the yew tree are poisonous.
a malignant weed in the soil
A virulent form of the disease has appeared in Belgium.
the pernicious effects of alcoholism
carbon monoxide and other noxious gases
The adder is Britain's only venomous snake.
He had a baleful look.
She levelled a deadly look at him.
His father was a hard man.
the teeth of some fierce animal
the harsh experience of war
They should spend a long time in jail to reflect on their cruel acts.
the persecution of prisoners by cruel officers
He was the victim of a very brutal attack.
a grim fight to the death
He said stern measures would be taken against the criminals.
a ruthless totalitarian power
Fighting has been ferocious.
in the face of severe opposition and unrelenting criticism
the merciless efficiency of a modern police state
It was a barbarous attack on a purely civilian train.
He saw the pitiless eyes of his enemy.
an unfeeling bully who used his huge size to frighten people
The two men were set upon in an unmerciful and relentless attack.
extremely boring(informal) She found the party deadly.
boring television programmes
They can both be rather dull.
the tedious business of line-by-line programming
The past few days have been flat and empty.
It's monotonous work, like most factory jobs.
uninteresting, , , ,
Why did he choose these pale, nerveless, uninteresting people?
a long and wearisome task
as dry as dust
The two became deadly enemies.
He was forced to walk the plank by his mortal enemy, Cut-Throat Jake.
They've taken a lot of criticism for their hard-line stance.
She is considered a tough and uncompromising negotiator.
They viewed him as stubborn, inflexible and dogmatic.
the seemingly inexorable rise in unemployment
the threat of invasion by a ruthless and implacable enemy
an irreconcilable clash of personalities
The worry is that the radicals will grow more intransigent.
the fastest and most deadly bowlers in the world today
The rifle was extremely accurate.
a sure sign of rain
The score is usually a true reflection of events on the pitch.
I can't remember the exact words he used.
She was efficient and reliable.
We will never know the precise details of his death.
He was dead on target when he took the penalty.
She hit on an infallible solution to all of our problems.
These designs demonstrate her unerring eye for colour and detail.
I would like to thank on Erika for her unfailing care and support.
like or suggestive of deathThe deadly pallor of her skin.
the deathly pallor of her cheeks
He turned white and began to stammer.
She looked pale and tired.
She looked ghastly - frail, thin and colourless.
He looked wan and tired.
My complexion remained pale and pasty.
Her face was colourless, and she was shaking.
His thin, pallid face broke into a smile.
Losing a lot of blood makes you tired and anaemic.
He fell back, shocked, his face ashen.
His face was sallow and shiny with sweat.
a tall, thin man with a cadaverous face
waxen, , ,
His skin was waxen and pale and his eyes were sunken.
He talked about his job with deadly earnestness.
He made me look like a complete idiot.
The car was in a total mess.
I mean I'm not a total idiot.
She behaved like a perfect fool.
A sick person needs to have absolute trust in a doctor.
A look of utter confusion swept across his handsome face.
He told me an outright lie.
I was a thorough little academic snob.
He was a consummate liar and exaggerator.
He was a dyed-in-the-wool conservative.
extremelyThe threat was deadly serious.
Dozens of flats have been completely destroyed.
I have fallen completely in love with him.
It is quite clear that we were firing in self defence.
Young people want something totally different from the old ways.
These mushrooms are perfectly safe to eat.
She was fully aware of my thoughts.
The two cases are entirely different.
She is absolutely right.
She wasn't altogether sorry to be leaving.
We returned home thoroughly contented.
The accusation is wholly without foundation.
The new laws coming in are utterly ridiculous.
a hundred per cent,
one hundred per cent
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in the sense of absolute
total and completeA sick person needs to have absolute trust in a doctor.
in the sense of absolutely
completely or perfectlyShe is absolutely right.
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