Alternative terms for "Dead animal"

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dead Animal

dead-man's-fingers
dead-man's float
dead-men's-fingers
dead-on(a)
dead-president
dead-red
dead-set
dead-sets
dead-stroke
dead-tree
dead 'n' buried
dead against
dead ahead
dead air
dead and buried
dead animal (current term)
dead as a dodo
dead as a doorknob
dead as a doornail
dead asleep
dead axle
dead ball
dead balls
dead bat
dead beat
dead bird
dead body
dead calm
dead cat bounce
dead center

Literary usage of Dead animal

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1856)
"... dead animal Membranes, of Scrum, Water, and Saline Solution┬╗. By JOSEPH JONES, Student of Medicine in the University of Pennsylvania. (With a wood-cut. ..."

2. Treatise on the Law Governing Nuisances: With Particular Reference to Its by Joseph Asbury Joyce, Howard Clifford Joyce (1906)
"Where a nuisance is created by the carcass of a dead animal upon a railroad right of way which is enclosed, one bringing an action to recover damages for ..."

3. Phosphorescence: Or, The Emission of Light by Minerals, Plants, and Animals by Thomas Lamb Phipson (1862)
"IN this section of my work I shall speak of the emission of light by dead animal matter, before entering upon the subject of phosphoric animals. ..."

4. Phosphorescence: Or, The Emission of Light by Minerals, Plants, and Animals by Thomas Lamb Phipson (1862)
"IN this section of my work I shall speak of the emission of light by dead animal matter, before entering upon the subject of phosphoric animals. ..."

5. The Medical and Surgical Reporter (1890)
"... the case of dead animal matter which may be buried in the ground outside of the zone, or prohibited limits, decomposition be hastened by quicklime and ..."

6. The Journal of Foreign Medical Science and Literature edited by Samuel Emlen (1811)
"... dead Animal Bodies, passing through the natural process of Putrefaction, are efficient in the production of Malignant Pestilential Fevers; ..."

7. Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal (1830)
"Observations to endeavour to ascertain if Dead . Animal Matter absorbs Air on exposure to the atmosphere ..."

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