coma

[ koh-muh ]SEE DEFINITION OF coma

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMA

It was the end; coma was coming; the mind was departing with the breath.

It was not long before they were reduced to a coma of hunger.

They sprinkled him with ginger, but it took a long time before he woke from his coma.

In a condition almost of coma, he had no measure or count of the hours that passed.

It was the coma of my whole being, as if a thunderbolt had struck me.

It's more of a coma, something like the hibernation of a bear or a possum.

I am glad to have been aroused by so sympathetic a spirit from the coma of thirty years.

Suffering Cicero, has that inventive brain of yours gone into a coma!

You are getting a condition of coma and that's the last thing you want.

When I came out of coma Marla was standing at my bedside, smiling down at me.

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