A person or thing that is ruined; a GONER, gone goose: Just one more little push and she was a dead duck/ Unless somebody would start this mob to the sugar bowl, I was a dead pigeon (1844+)
If the passager will not come to the dead pigeon, take a lure and cover it with chopped meat.
Now, having risked everything on my logic, I was a dead pigeon if wrong.
Diaz, the dead pigeon, and this guy McSweeney take it on the lam from the big house.
It was the little link of aluminum they took from the leg of the dead pigeon.
I would sooner eat a dead pigeon taken from the soles of the feet of one sick of the plague than kiss one of you fasting.
He was a dead pigeon if he didn't find a place to hide soon.
Would he have to stand there for ever, not knowing what to do, with the dead pigeon in his hand?
So, of a dead pigeon, from whose crop seventy-two peas were taken, "Bother he's picture!"