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corpse

1. n. an empty liquor or beer bottle. (see also dead soldier.) Throw your corpses in the trash can, you jerk!
2. n. a cigarette butt. The wino picked up the corpse and put it in a little box of them he carried with him.
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And the grenadier of the guard urged the horses over men and bivouacs with bloody wheels and a double line of corpses on either side of them.
With precaution I would go up the side of my own particular corpse, and would feel her as cold as ice itself and as slippery under my feet.
the; corpse of the daughter, head downward, was dragged therefrom; it having been thus forced up the narrow aperture for a considerable distance.
Flannelly lines ran through the honey-stores, the pollen-larders, the foundations, and, worst of all, through the babies in their cradles, till the Sweeper Guards spent half their time tossing out useless little corpses.
The eight corpses swung in their chains, a fetid, blackened, hideous, and indistinguishable mass.
Another of these magicians, by means of a fluid that nobody ever yet saw, could make the corpses of his friends brandish their arms, kick out their legs, fight, or even get up and dance at his will.
Nay, the wives strive to be burned, with the corpses of their husbands.
The corpses of those old fitful passions which had lain inanimate amid the lines of his face ever since his reformation seemed to wake and come together as in a resurrection.
Two of the corpses appeared to have been partially devoured as though by wolves.
said the officer, pointing to the beams and the corpses, and the French soldiers, after dispatching the wounded, threw the corpses over the parapet.
A dolorous place it was, this canoe house, filled with groans and sighs, corpses beneath the floor and composing the floor, creatures soon to be corpses upon the floor, corpses swinging in aerial sepulchre overhead, long black canoes, high-ended like beaked predatory monsters, dimly looming in the light of a slow fire where sat an ancient of the tribe of Somo at his interminable task of smoke-curing a bushman's head.
The number of corpses was much smaller than he had imagined, only two more passing him before, at six hundred steps, or about five hundred yards, from the point he had taken to the stream, he came to the end of the tunnel and looked out upon sunlit water, running between grassy banks.
If nothing else but corpses were eaten, death would be unknown.
A light hath dawned upon me: I need companions--living ones; not dead companions and corpses, which I carry with me where I will.
Nor, in general, is it possible to secure it again until the whale is fairly captured and a corpse.