Corpse

(Verb) To laugh uncontrollably on stage.

Corpse

Not a dead body in a thriller! An actor who gets an unintended and uncontrollable fit of laughter on stage is said to "corpse".
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Corpse

Corpse is British slang for to kill.
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Corpse

Corpse is British slang for to kill.
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corpse

Dead body.
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Corpse

Corpse: A dead body. The term corpse is more often used in in mystery stories than in medicine which, for obscure reasons, prefers the term cadaver. Corpse entered the English language in the 14th century. It came from the Latin corpus meaning body and, ultimately, from an Indo-European word that is also the ancestor of English corpus and corporeal...
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Corpse

Corpse (kôrps) noun [ Old French cors (sometimes written corps ), F. corps , Latin corpus ; akin to Anglo-Saxon hrif womb. See Midriff , and confer Corse , Corselet , Corps , Cuerpo .] 1. A human body in general, wheth...
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corpse

Synonym: cadaver. ... Origin: L. Corpus, body ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Corpse

• (n.) A human body in general, whether living or dead; -- sometimes contemptuously. • (n.) The dead body of a human being; -- used also Fig.
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Corpse

(from the article `Art and Art Exhibitions`) ...the disparity offered an expressively bleak cycle-of-life experience, from church to cemetery, for the viewer. The grand finale came in the form ...
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corpse

Type: Term Pronunciation: kōrps Synonyms: cadaver
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Corpse

A flat back landing from toes to head
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Corpse

[disambiguation] A corpse is a dead human body. Corpse may also refer to: ==People with the surname== ...
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Corpse

To break up laughing while playing a scene. Usually not a good thing to do.
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Corpse

To break up laughing while playing a scene. Usually not a good thing to do.
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