What is another word for ded?

18 synonyms found


[ dˈɛd], [ dˈɛd], [ d_ˈɛ_d]

"Ded" is a colloquial term used to mean "dead". It is typically used in informal conversations or text messages to convey the concept of someone being deceased. However, there are several synonyms that can be used to replace "ded" in more formal settings. Some of the common synonyms for "dead" are deceased, departed, expired, lifeless, and perished. Deceased and departed are often used in obituaries or legal documents to refer to someone who has passed away. Expired and perished are commonly used to describe the end of something - such as a contract or a product's shelf life. While "ded" may be appropriate in certain settings, using synonyms can help convey a more professional tone.

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The word "ded" is derived from the Old English word "dæg", meaning "day".

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