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Dead To The World

Dead To The World - fast asleep; in a very deep sleep

  • I was dead to the world last night. I did not hear the phone ring.
  • We can not wake up the girls, They are dead to the world.
  • When my father sleeps he is dead to the world.
  • My children are dead to the world. They had a very busy day.
  • I did not hear the door bell, because I was dead to the world.
  • Tammy was dead to the world, when she came home from university.

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