Body-count



the number of soldiers killed in a specific period or in a particular military action:
The daily body count increased as the war went on.
Contemporary Examples

Worse Than the War John Avlon April 8, 2009

The total number of casualties after a conflict: daily body count increased as the war went on
The total number of people affected in a shakeup or bad situation: body count after the layoffs
The total number of people present: body count at the meeting

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