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corpses, plural;
  1. A dead body, esp. of a human being rather than an animal

  1. cadaver: the dead body of a human being; "the cadaver was intended for dissection"; "the end of the police search was the discovery of a corpse"; "the murderer confessed that he threw the stiff in the river"; "honor comes to bless the turf that wraps their clay"
  2. A cadaver, corpse or lich is a dead human body. The Latin term cadaver is normally used for a body in medical training or research.
  3. Corpse is a band from Moscow band formed in June, 1991. The original staff consisted of four musicians that played before in practically unknown hardcore and thrash bands. As the base of their creative work CORPSE took CARCASS’s style. ...
  4. Corpsing is a British theatrical slang term used to describe when an actor breaks character during a scene by laughing or by causing another cast member to laugh. ...
  5. (Corpsing(band)) Corpsing are an extreme metal band from England, United Kingdom. They have previously been signed to Jason Mendoca's (Akercocke) Goat of Mendes Records label and are due to release their next album through Grindethic Records.
  6. a dead body; (of an actor) to lose control during a performance and laugh uncontrollably
  7. A dead body. (from the same body root that led to words like midriff, corporal, corporate)
  8. To break up laughing while playing a scene. Usually not a good thing to do.
  9. Not a dead body in a thriller! An actor who gets an unintended and uncontrollable fit of laughter on stage is said to "corpse".
  10. A corpse in a dream is a danger signal of the highest order.It indicates sorrowful tidings and gloomy business prospects. The young will suffer many dissapointments and pleasures shall vanish.
  11. when an actor laughs unintentionally on-stage.
  12. n. A CORPorate Security Expert, ie. a corporate assassin. See, ballerina, company man.
  13. The instance of the singleton class DeadObject used by the memory manager to replace replaces expired weak references when collecting garbage.
  14. a military formation; John's a volunteer from --> Piss (2) Corpse. [see also --> cops]
  15. A luminous green flower that reflects the moon.
  16. A lying pose. Lie on your back, palms facing up and your eyes closed. Feet should be hip-width apart.
  17. The physical remains of an expired human being prior to complete decomposition.
  18. Deadened feelings; something that has expired and no longer serves a purpose; wanting someone out of your way / (see DEATH, CEMETERY)
  19. a dead body; something nolonger useful. The corpses of old computers are piling up in our land-fills.
  20. From the Latin word meaning simply "body". Once it was not considered unfortunate to be considered a "walking corpse" because it could apply to someone who was still alive and in good health. By the middle of the 18th century, all life had fled the word. ...
  21. Our District Manager upstairs, who had a pallid complexion and glossy face as if embalmed with myrhh. Despite not having a clue about a member of staff’s performance over any given year, he was not beyond marking down an annual report simply because he didn’t like the cut of one’s jib. ...
  22. The body of a deceased person.
  23. A flat drop onto the back.