n. (plural of dying English)
Usage examples of "dyings".
The German Federal Republic, however, though beset on every hand, still was not only holding its own but had, in certain sectors, begun to actually push the Russians and their satellite armies back, when the Great Dyings began to more than decimate both aggressors and defenders, impartially.
He thinks of three great dyings that eliminated many creatures, but his kind managed to survive the last two, and come to dominate the world.
Extinctions were wholesale dyings, and she had been pondering death increasingly, since the rape.
Uncle Multhas stared at their dyings in shock and rage, and then back at her with his own lips snarling a spell that would surely slay her, would tear her apart limb from bloody limb before his eyes.