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synonyms for out of one's misery

  • asleep
  • buried
  • deceased
  • late
  • lifeless
  • cold
  • departed
  • stiff
  • bereft of life
  • bloodless
  • bought the farm
  • breathless
  • cadaverous
  • checked out
  • cut off
  • defunct
  • done for
  • erased
  • expired
  • extinct
  • gone
  • gone to meet maker
  • gone to reward
  • inanimate
  • inert
  • mortified
  • no more
  • not existing
  • offed
  • passed away
  • perished
  • pushing up daisies
  • reposing
  • resting in peace
  • spiritless
  • unanimated
  • wasted
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antonyms for out of one's misery

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  • alive
  • lively
  • living
  • active
  • animate
  • animated
  • being
  • continuing
  • enduring
  • existent
  • existing
  • incomplete
  • interested
  • live
  • operative
  • responsive
  • spirited
  • subsisting
  • unfinished
  • warm
  • working
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WORDS RELATED TO OUT OF ONE'S MISERY

  • asleep
  • bereft of life
  • bloodless
  • bought the farm
  • breathless
  • buried
  • cadaverous
  • checked out
  • cold
  • cut off
  • deceased
  • defunct
  • departed
  • done for
  • erased
  • expired
  • extinct
  • gone
  • gone to meet maker
  • gone to reward
  • inanimate
  • inert
  • late
  • lifeless
  • mortified
  • no more
  • not existing
  • offed
  • out of one's misery
  • passed away
  • perished
  • pushing up daisies
  • reposing
  • resting in peace
  • spiritless
  • stiff
  • unanimated
  • wasted
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.