Words Like DECEASE

We have put together a list of words that are similar to DECEASE.

29 Alternative Words Similar to decease

1 Death Noun      Synonym Words Like Death
2 Expiry Noun      Synonym Words Like Expiry
3 Alteration Noun      Synonym Words Like Alteration
4 Change Noun      Synonym Words Like Change
5 Modification Noun      Synonym Words Like Modification
6 Birth Noun      Antonym Words Like Birth
7 Die Verb      Synonym Words Like Die
8 Perish Verb      Synonym Words Like Perish
9 Go Verb      Synonym Words Like Go
10 Exit Verb      Synonym Words Like Exit
11 Expire Verb      Synonym Words Like Expire
12 Pass Verb      Synonym Words Like Pass
13 Conk Verb      Synonym Words Like Conk
14 Choke Verb      Synonym Words Like Choke
15 Croak Verb      Synonym Words Like Croak
16 Turn Verb      Synonym Words Like Turn
17 Deceased Verb-intransitive      Form Words Like Deceased
18 Yield Verb      Hyponym Words Like Yield
19 Predecease Verb      Hyponym Words Like Predecease
20 Starve Verb      Hyponym Words Like Starve
21 Succumb Verb      Hyponym Words Like Succumb
22 Fall Verb      Hyponym Words Like Fall
23 Loss Noun      Hyponym Words Like Loss
24 Expiration Noun      Hyponym Words Like Expiration
25 Departure Noun      Hyponym Words Like Departure
26 Megadeath Noun      Hyponym
27 Martyrdom Noun      Hyponym
28 Passing Noun      Hyponym Words Like Passing
29 Release Noun      Hyponym Words Like Release

4 examples of decease

1 The patient went peacefully
2 The old guy kicked the bucket at the age of 102
3 The children perished in the fire
4 upon your decease the capital will pass to your grandchildren

10 definitions of decease

1 Departure, especially departure from this life; death.
2 To depart from this life; to die; to pass away.
3 pass from physical life and lose all bodily attributes and functions necessary to sustain life
4 the event of dying or departure from life
5 To die.
6 The act of dying; death.
7 Departure from life; death.
8 Synonyms Death, Decease, Demise. Death is the common term for the ending of life. Decease is slightly euphemistic; it is less forcible and harsh than death. Demise applies primarily to a sovereign, who at death sends down or transmits his title, etc. (see quotation from Blackstone, under demise), and hence to others with reference to the transmission of their possessions. The use of demise for death apart from this idea is figurative, euphemistic, or stilted.
9 To depart from life; die.
10 Synonyms Expire, etc. See die.
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