deadliness deadliness  /ˈdɛd li nəs/


  • (n) the quality of being deadly


  1. And yet, despite the frequency and deadliness of their attacks, almost nothing is known about individual bombers.
  2. But Brook is interested in subtler forms of deadliness, an anemia that saps Shakespeare as well as silly plays.
  3. DDT owes its deadliness partly to an almost unique property: on insects it acts as both a contact and stomach poison.


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  • Clad in red leather and cowboy boots, Robert told Strewth that while he'd enjoyed his climb and its combination of "beauty and deadliness", he wasn't so taken with the public statements of our wallopers.
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