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zombie

[zom′bē]
a supernatural power that supposedly can enter into and reanimate a corpse.
Drug slang A regional street term for
(1) PCP
(2) A heavy user of illicit drugs
Paranormal One of the ‘living dead’ of Haitian voodoo folklore
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The end of the weekend he spent browsing once more through his copy of Spurt, once more finding himself seduced by the photo-sequence depicting three zombielike women in some kind of dungeon or crypt, from the ceiling of which hung two girls, seemingly unconscious, in their wedding dresses.
In Visotzky's reading, the paradigmatic man of faith and lover of God of Western monotheism was actually a dangerous mental case, a zombielike depressive attempting to murder his own son.
It's currently hidden under the bed of Grant's new friend, a young schoolgirl called Alice - which should fox The Network's zombielike assassin Arby for all of five minutes unless Jessica can persuade Grant to lead her to it first.
The Drained Brains Caper, the first in the new Chicagoland Detective Agency graphic novel series, tells the story of Megan, a new student at Stepford Academy whose suspicions about the zombielike student body get her a psychological evaluation that leads to an action-packed adventure with new friend and computer programmer Raf.
Somehow, the flatter Burns's backdrops become, and the more unnaturally rigid or imaginatively misshapen his figures, the more irrepressibly each uncanny image lurches to zombielike life.
with no small help from Romero cultists, whose devotion will be nothing short of zombielike.
Like a bouncing corpse riddled with too many slugs from a Saturday Night Special, APB's attempt to revive itself, zombielike, from the living dead by selling itself to Rupert Murdoch's sleazy empire also failed.
He is disturbed by Harold's dangerous, revolutionary zeal and Deirdre's zombielike agreement with her lover's reductive, vengefully anti-English take on Irish history.
Dieter Wiesner told how Jacko became "out of control" and zombielike after a drugs session with one of his doctors.
Among the women, Nancy Robinette is delightful as the controlling Duchess of Berwick, doling out principled opinions and spouting orders to her sheepish daughter Agatha (a riotously zombielike Tonya Beckman Ross, who gets laughs just gliding across the room).