zombi

IPA: zˈɑmbi

noun

  • Alternative form of zombie [(voodoo, horror) A person, usually undead, animated by unnatural forces (such as magic), with no soul or will of his or her own.]

Examples of "zombi" in Sentences

  • The zombies crave flesh, for the most part.
  • Undirected, the zombies topple off the cliff.
  • Zombies are encountered in the Spooky chapter.
  • Garrison promptly shoots the zombie in the head.
  • The truth is that a zombie is not lack in sentience.
  • He muses over the validity of the zombie's statement.
  • The zombies entered the building and ripped the blanket.
  • All of the zombie movies change and rearrange the rules.
  • The zombies hack at the doors of the house with the tools.
  • Observe the zombies as they totter in, drooling and muttering.
  • With Indy, they approached me with the idea of Jones and zombies -- and they liked the "zombi" spelling.
  • These may be soft-tissue living entities with no consciousness a sort of zombi-ised version or something more autonomous.
  • Tundus, et tüübid olid võtnud zombiewalk'i kui mingit maskiballi, aga minu nägemuses on zombi siiski miski määrdunud räbalatuust.
  • Fun fact: the track titled ‘zombi’ used in the airport/helicopter re-fuel scene was used in the opening credits of Shaun of the Dead
  • Yet despite his years of research, the only evidence that implicated datura was the fact that the plant was called the zombi’s cucumber.
  • For Narcisse, a zombi was a being without will, on the very frontier of the natural world, an entity that could manifest itself as either spirit or human.
  • The Serpent and the Rainbow, as a book, is an enthralling real-world look at the chemistry and culture behind voodoo and zombis (not a typo; 'zombi' is the spelling author Wade Davis relies upon) and
  • Lugu looks, aga see naine mängib Luz Mandon on kuradi õõvastav vaatepilt... et siis nappide vahenditega esitus koos mõningase pildikiirendusega ning tulemuseks on tõeliselt vinge marutõbine ja vägagi tappev zombi.
  • The Serpent and the Rainbow, as a book, is an enthralling real-world look at the chemistry and culture behind voodoo and zombis (not a typo; ‘zombi’ is the spelling author Wade Davis relies upon) and The Rite sounds like a similarly-oriented book.

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