Deceased



adjective
1.
no longer living; dead.
noun
2.
the deceased.

the particular dead person or persons referred to.
dead persons collectively:
to speak well of the deceased.

noun
1.
the act of dying; departure from life; death.
verb (used without object), deceased, deceasing.
2.
to depart from life; die.
adjective
1.

a more formal word for dead (sense 1)
(as noun): the deceased

noun
1.
a more formal word for death
verb
2.
(intransitive) a more formal word for die1

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