A dead body, especially the dead body of a human.(noun)
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Use "corpse" in a sentence
"The term corpse-run does sounds like a penalty while, IMO, item-recovery sounds a gameplay that is an added dimesion of a particular MMORPG."
"All the Windwracked Stars started with Muire finding a corpse is an alley, which is now the start of chapter two, while chapter one is a different time and place alltogether -- well, you'll see soon enough."
"That was a dead man sprawling there -- what you call a corpse, a bleeding carcass."