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death toll

noun as in casualty

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The death toll, which experts believe has been significantly undercut by secret burials, stands at 7,905.

In France, the death toll has been lower: One young man killed in the city of Nantes.

The latest reported death toll is 80 children and 46 adults, but that is expected to rise.

Without a dedicated and proactive rescue force, campaigners fear, the death toll in the Mediterranean will skyrocket.

However, there have been more cases of Ebola, and the death toll is much higher.

Some of the deputies gloatingly declared that the death toll of the workers was twelve men at the lowest count.

Compared with the evil done by the insect pest, the cobra's death toll is small.

And all the while that vow to the dying adventurer was ringing like a faint death toll to hope.

Later, pursuer and pursued met, and a real warfare began, with a death toll on both sides.

Also the hostility of certain of the Indians increased the death toll.

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On this page you'll find 11 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to death toll, such as: dead, fatality, injured, loss, wounded, and prey.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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