Then Heal STL was burned down Monday like a moribund body for cremation.
And do it unilaterally if it must (and with the moribund peace process, it must).
Now French investigators, with the help of the FBI, want to know if it is more than a moribund coincidence.
It's no secret that many European states are disenchanted with the moribund peace process.
When Murdoch bought the paper in 1969 it was a moribund broadsheet losing a ton of money, with a circulation of 800,000.
Many of these patients were conveyed to the hospital in extreme conditions; occasionally they were moribund on admission.
Surely it was time to infuse new blood into the veins of the moribund art.
My conflict with a moribund group of old adherents of serfdom; their accusation of demagogy.
And yet let it not be supposed that Islam in India is either dead or moribund.
Dead and dying twigs or branches and moribund trees are evidences of the dreaded pest.
1721, "about to die," from Middle French moribund (16c.), from Latin moribundus "dying, at the point of death," from mori "to die" (see mortal (adj.)). Figurative sense of "near an end" is from 1837. Related: Moribundity.
moribund mor·i·bund (môr'ə-bŭnd')
At the point of death; dying.