Deadest in a sentence

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How to use deadest in a sentence. Deadest pronunciation.

See, how calm he sleeps, unconscious as the deadest nail in door!
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I might a'most call it our deadest and buriedest time.
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It will be of little use fishing for some time to come; for these hot hours of the afternoon, from three till six, are generally the 'deadest time' of the whole day.
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Very probably he might have so spoken, and for that very reason have made that deadest of all dead failures,-a pretentious imitation of Burke and Cicero.
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The deadest hour of the night was come; the outside world seemed to press upon the house, the whole world cold, thick, damp, lifeless, like an animal slain and falling with its full weight, crushing everything beneath it.
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She could not attend the funeral, and for weeks the activities of the household were muffled by mourning; when she left her room, it was to wear the deepest crepe, while a half-inch of deadest black bordered the hundreds of responses which she personally sent to notes of condolence.
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I've set two hours in the deadest game of draw-nothing excitin', no hands, an' broke even.
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Examples of Deadest

Example #1
Widely o'er the earth I've wandered; where the drink most freely flowed, I have ever reeled the foremost, foremost to the beaker strode.
Example #2
Sons of Pantagruel, gently let your hip-hurrahing sink, Be your manly accents clouded, half with sorrow, half with drink!
Example #3
But," following the glance of the other at his luggage, "this is a very dead time of the night with us, sir.
Example #4
Anyways, there's town enough to put up in.
Example #5
And now, when we have struggled in imagination through the last bit of copse, and tumbled over the palings into the lawn, we shall see a scene quite as lovely, if you will believe it, as any alp on earth.
Example #6
We will walk on through it towards the hall, and there get-what we begin sorely to need-something to eat.