DEAD-HEARTEDNESS, n. Having a dull, faint heart.

DEAD'-LIFT, n. A heavy weight; a hopeless exigency.

DEAD'-LIGHT, n. ded'-light. A strong wooden port, made to suit a cabin window, in which it is fixed, to prevent the water from entering a ship in a storm.

DEAD'LIHOOD, n. The state of the dead.

DEAD'LINESS, n. ded'liness. The quality of being deadly.

DEAD'LY, a. ded'ly.