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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishperishedper‧ished /ˈperɪʃt/ adjective British English spoken  COLDfeeling very cold I wish I’d brought a jacket – I’m perished!
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perishedInstead of immediately heading for the ocean, as they are genetically programmed to do, they headed inland, and all perished.He muttered an invocation but the machine's soul had perished and did not revive.The soft, perished feel of the old washer which rubbed black on your fingers as you took it out of the tap.Glyn Philpot painted the ceiling which has a centre of perished mirror work.
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