dead to the world
Sound asleep or unconscious, as in The alarm clock went off but Joseph was dead to the world. [Late 1800s]
mean the world
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One, easy language for the whole world? Meet the man who tried to make it happen.
If humankind can create airplanes, cellphones, and penicilin, surely we can tackle the hassle of language. Why doesn’t some brainiac come up with the perfect language that everyone can learn? Before you get all riled up, be assured this question is rhetorical. To start, this is not a new idea. In the late nineteenth century, a Polish oculist and linguist named Ludwik Lejzer Zamenhof set …
senseless, paralyzed, comatose, gone, inebriated, bombed, stoned, loaded, potted, flying, lit, sloshed, wasted, flushed, stewed, crocked, sauced, buzzed, drinking, totaled
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