Definition of zombify in English:

zombify

Syllabification: zom·bi·fy
Pronunciation: /ˈzämbəˌfī
 
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verb (zombifies, zombifying, zombified)

[with object] (usually as adjective zombified) informal
1(Especially in popular fiction) transform into a zombie: she was attacked by the zombified old man people believed to have the power to zombify a person were widely feared and respected
More example sentences
  • Here's another season full of crazed killers, zombified corpses, brutal stabbings, and all the rest of the trappings that the fans enjoy.
  • The newest games to appear include Pet Sematary, an arcade game based on the movie of the same name, which was in turn an adaptation of a novel in which zombified pets return from the dead.
  • It's ominous from the very beginning, when you step in the role of a pipsqueak teenager as he tries to evade a zombified cop.
1.1Deprive of energy or vitality: exhausted, screaming kids and their zombified parents
More example sentences
  • I'm insanely proud even though I've had absolutely nothing to do with it - by all rights he should be zombified and silent the amount of TV he's watched throughout my pregnancy.
  • He turned around to see Pat standing in front of him with the same zombified expression she always has.
  • If your loved one is zombified, you can't take them home like that, but also recognize that there are some people who cannot be let up from medications.

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