die[ dahy ]SEE DEFINITION OF die
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DIE
She might die, and if he ever returned it would be to realize the loss he had sustained.
He must be a cursed scoundrel to leave that poor lad there to die!
This operation is performed by the aid of a punch and die fitted into a screw-press.
They have shown themselves anxious to live for it and to die for it.
Absolute directness was a part of her nature; she could die, but not manouvre.
What opening for extrication, unless, indeed, Emilia should die?
And did her beauty gladden me, for that one moment, and then die?
In a land of healing miracles, neighbors must not suffer and die unattended.
He would rather live and die in fear than change this concept of God.
All I ask, said Stokes, is to be laid by that officer that I may die in his presence.