decease[ dih-sees ]SEE DEFINITION OF decease
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DECEASE
But to return to my lady:—She got surprisingly well after my master's decease.
You agree to settle your fortune after your decease, amounting to L23,000.
Sir John's authority as her guardian had come into force with the decease of her brother.
Five minutes before his decease the manʼs pulse was high and full.
The solicitor himself, I believe, chooses to doubt his client's decease.
Upon the decease of the pontiff, Rome was immediately in arms.
It's like bees; they leave their hives on the decease of any person.
To-day, Canada mourns the decease of one of her noblest sons.
It was the medical gentleman who informed me of his decease.
In the event of his wife's decease, her third was to be held in trust for his son.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DECEASE
- break down
- cave in
- eat crow
- fall victim to
- flake out
- give in
- give in to
- give out
- give up the ghost
- give way
- go down
- go under
- knuckle under
- meet waterloo
- pack it in
- pass away
- show white flag
- take the count
- throw in the towel