Dead Heat :
Dead As A Doornail :
This is used to indicate that something is lifeless.
Dead Cat Bounce :
The idiom means a small and temporary recovery in a financial market following a large fall.
Dead Duck :
If something is a dead duck, it is a failure.
Dead Even :
If people competing are dead even, they are at exactly the same stage or moving at exactly the same speed.
Dead From The Neck Up :
Someone who is dead from the neck up is very stupid indeed.
Dead Giveaway :
It is something that gives an obvious due provides absolute proof or intentionally reveals a betrayal.
Dead Heat :
If two or more contestants finish a race or competition at exactly the same time and it is impossible to declare one of them the winner, it is a dead heat.
Dear in The Water :
If something is dead in the water, it is not going anywhere or making any progress.
Dead Level Best :
If you try your dead level best, you try as hard as you possibly could to do something.
Dead Man Walking :
A dead man walking is someone who is in great trouble and will certainly get punishes or lose their job or position soon.
Dead Meat :
This is used as a way of threatening someone.
Dead Men’s Shoes :
If promotion or success requires replacing somebody, then it can only be reached by dead men’s shoes by getting rid of them.
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