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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

A condition of unconsciousness.

Usage examples (27)
  • Sir Winston Churchill slipped into a coma before he died.
  • Second, a person in a coma is alive, but unconscious.
  • Respectfully, she who had a major turkey coma from a wonderful meal
  • Pregnancy, and its ensuing labor, is often referred to as coma marathon. for more
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  • A "coma" is an unconscious condition caused by accident or disease, a "comma" is a mark of punctuation that looks like (,) and indicates a pause in a sentence, while "karma" is the Hindu belief that actions determine a person's destiny in his or her next
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