Deathless Death"less, a. Not subject to death, destruction, or extinction; immortal; undying; imperishable; as, deathless beings; deathless fame. [1913 Webster]

The Collaborative International Dictionary of English. 2000.

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  • deathless — index perpetual Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • deathless — 1580s, from DEATH (Cf. death) + LESS (Cf. less) …   Etymology dictionary

  • deathless — *immortal, undying, unfading Analogous words: *everlasting, endless: eternal (see INFINITE): enduring, abiding, persisting (see CONTINUE) Contrasted words: ephemeral, *transient, transitory, evanescent, passing …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • deathless — [deth′lis] adj. that cannot die; living forever; immortal deathlessly adv. deathlessness n …   English World dictionary

  • Deathless — For the Dungeons Dragons monster, see Deathless (Dungeons Dragons). Deathless Studio album by Throwdown …   Wikipedia

  • deathless — deathlessly, adv. deathlessness, n. /deth lis/, adj. 1. not subject to death; immortal: the belief that the human soul is deathless. 2. unceasing; perpetual: his deathless devotion to the cause. 3. likely to endure because of superior quality,… …   Universalium

  • deathless — UK [ˈdeθləs] / US adjective [usually before noun] humorous deathless writings are so bad that it is impossible to forget them an example of her deathless prose …   English dictionary

  • deathless — death•less [[t]ˈdɛθ lɪs[/t]] adj. 1) not subject to death; immortal 2) unceasing or unflagging; perpetual: deathless devotion[/ex] 3) likely to endure because of superior quality (sometimes used ironically): deathless prose[/ex] • Etymology:… …   From formal English to slang

  • deathless — adjective Date: 1589 immortal, imperishable < deathless fame > • deathlessly adverb • deathlessness noun …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • deathless — adjective a) Undying or immortal. Her novels are filled with unforgettable characters and deathless prose. b) Of a work of art or literature: conspicuously excellent, of the highest order, guaranteed not to be lost or forgotten …   Wiktionary

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