And I crept down by myself to the beach, and came to where he had fallen, and there I found him stone-dead.
At the bottom of the wet mess of hair and red and flesh was old Shep, stone-dead.
And there, surely enough, we found her, stone-dead by the side of the skeleton.
Too late a bit we were, but we found him, just stone-dead like, and brought him round.
Worthingtons hands were fastened on the strangers throat, and both men were stone-dead.
The first and readiest is that of which it has been emphatically said, stone-dead hath no fellow.
Though apparently unhurt, one of their company may turn over, stone-dead, in the distance.
He was stone-dead when I turned him over; and judging by the terrible emaciation of his body he had died of protracted starvation.
His forehead rested on the table, his arms hung at his sides; he was stone-dead!
He fell forward and lay there in the sand without another motion, stone-dead.