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ace a playing card or die face that bears only one spot. [1/7 definitions]
bite the dust to die, as in battle. [1/2 definitions]
blank to stamp or punch out of flat stock, esp. with a die. [1/12 definitions]
buy it (slang) to die.
carry off to cause to die. [1/2 definitions]
cash in (informal) to die.
croak (slang) to die. [1/4 definitions]
Davy Jones's locker the bottom of the ocean, esp. when referred to as the grave of all the sailors who have died or will die at sea.
decease to undergo the loss of one's life; die. [1/2 definitions]
demise to die or otherwise come to an end. [1/3 definitions]
depart to pass away; die. [1/4 definitions]
deuce1 in games and sports, a two, esp. a playing card or face of a die with a value of two. [1/2 definitions]
die off (of animals or plants) to die one after another, gradually decreasing the total number within a population.
drown to die from lack of oxygen as the result of submersion in a liquid, esp. water. [1/4 definitions]
expire to die or die out. [1/4 definitions]
extrude to shape by pressing through a die. [1/3 definitions]
fey (chiefly Scottish) fated to die soon; doomed. [1/3 definitions]
fey Scot a Scotsman who is doomed or fated to die; used in reference to the character of Macbeth in Shakespeare's play.
flatter2 a die plate with a flat opening, used to form flat metal strips, esp. in watchmaking. [1/3 definitions]
freeze to die of intense cold. [2/17 definitions]
give up the ghost to lose one's life; die.