corpses (Meaning)

corpses

a dead body, the remains of something discarded or defunct, a human or animal body whether living or dead, a dead body especially of a human being

corpses Sentence Examples

  1. The battlefield was strewn with the corpses of fallen soldiers.
  2. The morgue held an eerie silence, its cold steel tables lined with lifeless corpses.
  3. The twisted and mangled corpses were a testament to the horrors of the accident.
  4. The stench of decay permeated the air as the corpses decomposed in the abandoned building.
  5. The forensic team examined the corpses meticulously, searching for clues to their untimely deaths.
  6. The mass grave was a tragic sight, filled with the corpses of innocent victims.
  7. The charred corpses of the house fire painted a somber picture of the devastation.
  8. The surgeon made incisions on the corpses to study their anatomy.
  9. The police cordoned off the scene, their presence a reminder of the corpses within.
  10. The ancient corpses found in the unmarked burial ground provided valuable insights into the history of the region.

FAQs About the word corpses

a dead body, the remains of something discarded or defunct, a human or animal body whether living or dead, a dead body especially of a human being

carcasses, bones, stiffs,relics, remains, cadavers, corpora, decedents, ashes, deceased

No antonyms found.

The battlefield was strewn with the corpses of fallen soldiers.

The morgue held an eerie silence, its cold steel tables lined with lifeless corpses.

The twisted and mangled corpses were a testament to the horrors of the accident.

The stench of decay permeated the air as the corpses decomposed in the abandoned building.