deadly (adj.)
deathly, death-like
CE IV.iv.91[Pinch to Adriana, of Antipholus and Dromio of Ephesus] both man and master is possessed. / I know it by their pale and deadly looks
KL IV.ii.36[Albany to Gonerill, of her] She ... must wither / And come to deadly use
KL V.iii.288[Kent to Lear] All's cheerless, dark, and deadly
Mac IV.iii.215.1[Malcolm to Macduff] Let's make us medicines of our great revenge / To cure this deadly grief
R3 III.vii.26[Buckingham to Richard, of the citizens] they spake not a word, / But ... looked deadly pale
TN I.v.254[Viola as Cesario to Olivia] If I did love you ... / With such a suffering, such a deadly life [i.e. for lack of requited love]
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