Corpse

usgb/kɔːrps/Volume
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Emotionally HeavyPlay
The word evokes a somber mood and is often used in serious or tragic contexts. SlideThe news report spoke of the soldier's corpse.
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Forensic UsePlay
Commonly used in crime and forensic settings when describing investigations. SlideForensic experts examined the corpse for evidence.
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Not for AnimalsPlay
While 'corpse' can refer to animals, it's more respectful for humans. SlideThe farmer found a deer corpse, not 'The farmer found a deer.'