Third-person singular simple present indicative form of decease.(verb)
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Use "deceases" in a sentence
"This is a new flight scare with a sick passenger and just whats making this guy sick this needs to be a reason to worry heres a way to do harm by transporting infected people with deadly deceases into our country how can we really be safe."
"Every lover fades away or violently deceases — cancer, car crash, overdose, never-ending coma, epileptic fit on Sunday, heart attack in Halfords, he fell off a block of flats, she jumped under a train — I live here alone."
"You know, how Spain of that era sent troops to the New World, plundered the land of gold, destroyed the Aztek and Myan people in wars and planted deceases. 50,000 tons of gold was sent back to decorate Spanish churches, finance the military, and decades of decadent life."