zombify

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zombify

(ˈzɒmbɪˌfaɪ)
vb (tr) , -fies, -fying or -fied
1. (Alternative Belief Systems) occult folklore to turn into a zombie
2. to make zombielike

zom•bi•fy

(ˈzɒm bəˌfaɪ)
v.t. -fied, -fy•ing.
to turn (someone) into a zombie.
[1980–85]
zom`bi•fi•ca′tion, n.
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As Andrea kneels over Amy's zombifying body she laments, "Amy, I'm sorry.
Zombifying, putting them into zombie-like states, is not appropriate.
64) Zombifying software can be used to take control of an unprotected (or under-protected) computer, turning it into one zombie computer among thousands in a computer network known as a "zombie army" or "botnet.
Viruses and worms intended to zombify systems do not need to succeed against any particular machine, as some fraction of machines on the Internet will be vulnerable and thus will be infected if they encounter the zombifying software.
28 Days Later depicts a nationwide epidemic of a zombifying virus ("Rage") that is unleashed onto the British population after a group of animal rights activists liberate primate test subjects from a laboratory.
This time around, Marston's out to combat a fever plaguing the town - which essentially is zombifying everyone (and everything).
This time around, Marston''s out to combat a fever plaguing the town - which essentially is zombifying everyone (and everything).
But soon she's overrun with a zombifying infestation of water-spurting aliens.
To get that effect, I did a lot of prep work, first distressing and airbrushing their wigs and costumes, which is always fun, and then zombifying them from head to toe using whatever makeup I had in the studio.
7) By stepping into the perimeters of a voodoo hermeneutic circle--a zone of orientations shared between practitioners "who serve the spirits" (of vodou, santeria, rootwork) and shared to some extent in the practice of those who serve the Spirit via Afro-Christian worship patterns--we may seek a countercultural creolizing vision of the world, one that, with its polyrhythmic consciousness, self-possessing rites of spiritual embodiment, extended ritual families, and agglutinating reassemblies of new source material, has navigated zombifying horrors of white supremacy and bequeathed soul musics that guard something of a "crossover" hermeneutics even in the most secular commodifying realms.
The earlier 2003 tracks were culled from the soundtrack to the Zombie-directed hit horror flick HOUSE OF 1000 CORPSES ("Pussy Liquor" and a collaboration with Lionel Richie and hardcore female rapper Trina on "Brick House 2003" Zombifying The Commodores '70s hit) and a cover of "Blitzkrieg Bop" from the Ramones tribute album WE'RE A HAPPY FAMILY produced by Johnny Ramone and Zombie.