100% sure of it. Without a doubt. This slang is mostly used in Australia.
Babe Ruth is a deadset legend.
von Puzant 9. Dezember 2003
Dead set basically means 100% serious, or not joking. it can be used as a question also. Commonly used by Australians.
1)
That guys a dead set fucken poof.

2)
Robert: Yesterday I totally flipped out and killed 100 pirates with my boner, and then wailed fucking HARD.

Some Idiot: Dead set!? WOW I AM PUMPED UP!!
von BLuFFaLo 3. Mai 2007
Predoninantly Aussie slang, used to enforce the certainty of ones opinion.
Often used to enchance harsh assessments of the character of others.
Dave: "That guy over there is my new boss. He is a fuckwit".
Robbo: "That bloke? He looks like a deadset fuckwit to me".
von Jas the Aussie 6. November 2008
A BBC thriller television series about a zombie outbreak in a Big Brother house. Using surprising special effects, it deals with all zombie movie stereotypes in the first episode and allows for the excellent plot to develop itself in the next 4 episodes.
Dead set: one of the opening episode’s most delicious moments comes when a housemate, confronted with the fact that the world outside is in zombie meltdown, whimpers forlornly, “Does this mean we’re not on telly any more?”
von TNTom 9. April 2009
The word used to describe the kind of scene of total and utter desolation, desomation and isolation. Usually uttered to either oneself or to a friend upon the arrival to a party that noone went to/everyone has already been to a totaled the place.

Taken from the British TV drama Deadset, in which the cast find themselves alone in the middle of a post-apocolyptic wasteland dressed in drag and not nearly crunk enough.
"Ah man, Jas' party was a total deadset, no drink, no drugs and nobody even showed up."
"Didn't stop you from projectile vomiting and stealing a TV though did it?"
"Heeeell no."
von KEEPING 20. Dezember 2008

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