Dead-he in a sentence

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How to use dead-he in a sentence. Dead-he pronunciation.

You have told me that you count her as dead"-he stood beside Leroux, resting both hands upon the bowed shoulders-"I have not encouraged you to change that view.
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He is dead-he is dead!
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Did she lie there dead-he shrouded the thought.
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Pelleas is dead-he told us-he that hath His horse and armour: will ye let him in?
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His father and mother are dead-he has no near relations in the world to exercise authority over him-he is a bachelor, and his fortune is all at his own disposal; going a-begging, my friend; absolutely going a-begging for want of a clever woman to hold out her hand and take it from him.
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Once a generous boy, since dead-he was too good to live had given him a handful of penny dreadfuls, whence he had derived his knowledge of pirates and Red Indians.
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He has cast odium on my name, he makes me wish I were dead-he has killed me!-I have only strength enough left to make restitution!
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Rustle, rustle, went the leaves; a limb snapped; a growl exploded; a rattling wheeze ran shuddering on the still air; a shower of bark, scratched front the tree, clattered down on the leaves; and then a groan-then thrash-bound came a bear against the earth; and a torch at his nose gave Uncle Walter to cry, "Dead-he's dead's a nit!
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The man lay motionless and dead-he had dislocated his neck!
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Oh, Bob is dead-he has been dead these three years.
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Call him not dead,-he lives!
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Examples of Dead-he

Example #1
I blame myself more than I blame you, for having failed to perceive what as an intimate friend I had every opportunity to perceive; that your wife was acquiring the opium habit.
Example #2
But what now overwhelms me is the knowledge, the frightful knowledge, that in a sense I have misjudged her, that I have remained here inert, making no effort, thinking her absence voluntary, whilst-God help her!-she has been"...
Example #3
To complete the scroll of her accomplishments, . . .
Example #4
I'm half afraid of him tonight.
Example #5
He wrapped the thoughts in shrouds, but he was again reading.
Example #6
Had Clare taken his wild words in earnest?