comatose[ kom-uh-tohs, koh-muh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF comatose
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMATOSE
The survivors were in two sorts of panic—the comatose, and the madly violent.
In a comatose state; but is roused to attention by calling him.
Then he cleared them all out, and when they came back Hall was comatose.
I must have fainted away and the doctor told you I was in a comatose state, eh?
He was very delirious for some days, restless, sleepless, then comatose.
For hours he was speechless, and to every appearance in a comatose condition.
Under the crushing blow he sank, a comatose heap, on the floor.
I fought them with insect powder, and found them comatose in the morning.
At 10 A.M. on Sunday he was comatose, but not profoundly; he could be aroused.
As a rule, these patients are comatose because of the presence of kidney disease.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR COMATOSE
- having spring fever
- out of it