zombielike


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zombielike

(ˈzɒmbɪˌlaɪk)
adj
resembling, like, or characteristic of a zombie
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But despite George W Bush's zombielike reading of The Pet Goat to elementary-school children while the towers burned, I held on to the belief that even if the president was lost, his associates and various government agencies were not.
In fact, they showed zombielike relentlessness in their determination to take health care away from millions of Americans, shambling forward despite devastating analyses by the Congressional Budget Office, denunciations of their plans by every major medical group, and overwhelming public disapproval.
Slowly, zombielike commuters open their eyes, lift their chins and rip out their headphones to return her greeting.
The phone call sent me, zombielike, across the guad to my dorm.
At least four users are reported to have died in Manchester alone, with survivors reporting horrific side-effects worse than heroin, including zombielike paralysis, seizures, hallucinations and paranoia.
Some were left in a zombielike state by the synthetic drugs, which are known as Black Mamba or Spice.
Fifteen-year-old Chance Rain and his brother, seventeen-year-old Patrick, band together to fight the zombielike adults who have become infected by the particles.
com/game-thrones-season-6-theories-will-lady-stoneheart-ned-stark-appear-rumor-roundup-2356275) Lady Stoneheart is the zombielike version of Catelyn Stark (Michelle Fairley).
The two zombielike defences on show are enough to scare any manager.
IN The Flesh (BBC3) was one of the most promising British dramas to emerge last year - sadly ironic given its channel's fate to stagger on, undead and zombielike, into a web-only afterlife.