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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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When, in Endgame, Clov positions the telescope toward the window to obey Hamm's command to "Look at the earth" he describes what he sees with the single adjective "Corpsed" Hamm asks if Cloy sees the waves of the ocean, the light of the horizon, or seagulls.
It was immaterial what Maldwyn was babbling on about although we both corpsed rotten once John had shouted "cut".
To be honest there have been a couple of occasions where I've just corpsed (dried up) because he's just so funny.
When she declared she was the fairest of them all, the youngster bawled: "no you're not, you're horrible." She corpsed. So much so that she had to leave the stage to compose herself.
1 in Singapore and Malaysia, without setting either market alight, but, oddly, corpsed in Taiwan.
At lunchtime on a Sunday, with an audience including kids and a fair few pensioners, this is not the usual comedy crowd, and despite valiant attempts by compere Ian McDiarmid, this cocktail lacked spirits and guts and I left before I could see whether it corpsed altogether.
Julian Clary turned up to deliver his customary smut as Des corpsed helplessly in all the wrong places.