The daughter had also been exposed and was comatose before she and her mother each received A 250 cubic centimeter transfusion.
By the time he arrived there at 3:22 a.m., with a blood alcohol content more than twice the legal limit, he was comatose.
In January, he recalls, she was not so much depressed as comatose.
The excitement it caused can be likened to a desperate family's reaction to an imaginary movement made by a comatose patient.
By leaving Citi comatose, it could still trigger a run as consumer confidence in the bank diminishes over time.
In the next bed on the right-hand side was a man who appeared in a comatose state.
I must have fainted away and the doctor told you I was in a comatose state, eh?
The lad lay in a comatose condition long after all their resources had failed.
For hours he was speechless, and to every appearance in a comatose condition.
She was in a comatose state most of the time, and when she roused seemed quite ignorant of what had happened.
comatose co·ma·tose (kō'mə-tōs', kŏm'ə-)
Of, relating to, or affected with coma.
Marked by lethargy; torpid.