corpse

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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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I flashed it surreptitiously during a funky dance move and he corpsed.
It was immaterial what Maldwyn was babbling on about although we both corpsed rotten once John had shouted "cut".
Only once have I corpsed, holding a model of the Town Hall in my hand.
Poor old Lesley corpsed and had to leave the stage.
Even narrator and director Christopher Luscombe corpsed several times at the quips from the audience, adding to the enjoyment.