Definition of stone dead in English:

stone dead

Syllabification: stone dead

adjective

[predic.]
  • Completely dead.
    More example sentences
    • She was dead, stone dead, and whoever had killed her had been sick enough to pin a note on her body.
    • When we came to the point it was stone dead, the place was so quiet.
    • Having played with the breeze they led by 20 points at half-time and just to demonstrate that their superiority had nothing to do with the elements they crossed for another try three minutes after half-time to kill the game stone dead.

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