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used in Tenth Grade Bleeds

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death or the end of something — especially a slow ending
  • In the past few years, you've managed to outwit a psychotic vampire who chased you down with the help of thugs the size of dump trucks, as well as a stake-wielding slayer, bent on your demise, who actually stabbed you through the chest.
    9. The Perfect Game (35% in)
  • Plus, he couldn't exactly focus on there actually being a future anyway, what with his imminent demise on the horizon.
    11. The Price of a Stolen Moment (50% in)
  • Before he went inside, he took a deep breath—both for bravery and to bring with him a little piece of the outside world, the world where he was slowly getting past the pain of their demise, the world where he was beginning to feel safe once again.
    14. Unfamiliar Ground (66% in)
  • Ignatius considered engaging her in conversation, toying with her until the moment of her demise, but there was no time.
    15. The Feast Before the Kill (70% in)
  • Don't make me witness your demise.
    23. The Ritual (8% in)
  • At the very least, it might prolong his inevitable demise.
    23. The Ritual (34% in)
  • After all, it had been a tool for his demise—something that troubled Vlad deeply.
    25. The Aftermath (82% in)

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