|dead set against
||strongly opposed to, down with
||She's dead set against abortion as a means of birth control.
||very tired, blotto, zonked
||After fighting the fire, they were dead tired - exhausted.
|dead to the world
||sleeping, in a deep sleep, sound asleep
||I was dead to the world when the phone rang and woke me.
||clearly wrong, mistaken
||I was dead wrong about the word: it's prejudice, not prejudism.
||a person with no desire to work, good-for-nothing
||Lana, are you going to marry that deadbeat? He's no good!
||a person who has damaged his brain with drugs
||It's too bad, really, but Marvin is a deadhead - too much cocaine.
|deal me in
||deal cards for me, please; I want to play cards
||Deal me in, Walter. Deal me a winning hand.
|Dear Dad, No mon, no fun, your son! Dear Son, So sad, too bad, your dad!
||Letter from a son attending college, and his dad's reply.
(contributed by Jes Jr. Henry)
||the prisoners who are to be executed or put to death
||The priest wants to visit the prisoners on death row.
|death warmed over
||(See look like death warmed over)