ADJ from n
The 'dead' group
These adjectives indicate that a person is dead, disabled, ill, or uncomfortable. The noun group following from indicates the cause. In the case of most of these adjectives, the Subject indicates the person.
Within a couple of months, he was dead from pneumonia.
In the case of numb, raw, sore, and stiff, the Subject sometimes indicates a part of the body.
Anna got up and stretched. Her muscles were sore from the stillness.
The preposition from is sometimes followed by an '-ing' clause.
dead disabled faint giddy hoarse ill numb raw sick sore stiff weak weary
The reports and tissue samples revealed the truth: the people who died hadn't gotten sick from eating contaminated meat.