fatal definition

  • adjective:
    • Causing or with the capacity of causing death.
    • Causing or with the capacity of causing demise.
    • Causing harm or destruction; disastrous: "Such doctrines, if real, will be absolutely deadly to my theory” ( Charles Darwin).
    • Causing damage or destruction; devastating: "Such doctrines, if real, is definitely deadly to my theory” ( Charles Darwin).
    • Of definitive value; fateful: emerged through at the fatal minute.
    • Of definitive value; fateful: came through at deadly moment.
    • Concerning or deciding one's fate: the fatal thread of life.
    • Concerning or identifying an individual's fate: the fatal thread of life.
    • Obsolete Having already been destined; fated.
    • Obsolete Having been destined; fated.
    • Proceeding from, or appointed by, fate or fate.
    • Proceeding from, or appointed by, fate or future.
    • Causing or capable of causing death.
    • Foreboding demise or great catastrophe.
    • Causing spoil or destruction; disastrous: "These Types Of doctrines, if true, is positively deadly to my theory” ( Charles Darwin).
    • Foreboding demise or great tragedy.
    • Causing demise or destruction
    • Of decisive significance; fateful: arrived through within fatal minute.
    • Causing death or destruction
    • Concerning or identifying a person's fate: the fatal bond of life.
    • Causing an abrupt end to a program.
    • Causing a-sudden end to an application.
    • Obsolete Having been destined; fated.
    • Proceeding from, or appointed by, fate or destiny.
    • Foreboding demise or great catastrophe.
    • Proceeding from, or appointed by, fate or destiny; necessary; inescapable.
    • Causing demise or destruction
    • Foreboding death or great disaster.
    • Causing an abrupt end to a course.
    • Causing demise or destruction; deadly; mortal; destructive; calamitous
    • Proceeding from, or appointed by, fate or future; necessary; inescapable.
    • Foreboding demise or great disaster.
    • Causing death or destruction; deadly; mortal; destructive; calamitous
    • managed or decreed by fate; predetermined
    • bringing demise
    • Proceeding from, or appointed by, fate or fate; necessary; inescapable.
    • Foreboding demise or great catastrophe.
    • Causing death or destruction; deadly; mortal; destructive; calamitous
    • managed or decreed by fate; predetermined
    • bringing demise
    • having momentous consequences; of definitive importance
    • (of events) having incredibly unfortunate or dire consequences; taking ruin
    • having momentous effects; of decisive value
    • (of occasions) having exceedingly regrettable or dire effects; bringing damage
    • controlled or decreed by fate; predetermined
    • Causing or effective at causing death.
    • Causing ruin or destruction; disastrous: "These Types Of doctrines, if true, could be positively deadly to my principle” ( Charles Darwin).
    • Of definitive value; fateful: emerged through at the fatal moment.
    • Concerning or deciding your fate: the fatal thread of life.
    • Obsolete Having been destined; fated.
    • Proceeding from, or appointed by, fate or fate.
    • Foreboding demise or great disaster.
    • Causing demise or destruction
    • Causing a sudden end to a course.
    • Proceeding from, or appointed by, fate or fate; necessary; unavoidable.
    • Foreboding demise or great catastrophe.
    • bringing demise
    • Causing death or destruction; life-threatening; mortal; destructive; calamitous
    • having momentous consequences; of definitive significance
    • (of events) having acutely regrettable or dire effects; bringing damage
    • controlled or decreed by fate; predetermined
    • taking death
    • having momentous consequences; of decisive importance
    • (of occasions) having acutely regrettable or serious effects; taking ruin
  • noun:
    • A fatality; a conference leading to death.
    • A fatality; an event that leads to demise.
    • A fatal error; a failure which causes a program to end.
    • A fatal error; a failure that creates an application to end.
    • A fatality; a meeting that leads to demise.
    • A fatal error; a deep failing that causes an application to end.
    • A fatality; a conference that leads to death.
    • A fatal mistake; failing that creates a program to end.
  • others:
    • 1. Proceeding from or decreed by fate or destiny; inescapable; fated.
    • Fraught with fate; influencing or determining fate; fateful.
    • Foreboding or connected with tragedy or death; ominous.
    • Causing or attended with demise or destruction; dangerous; mortal; destructive; disastrous; ruinous: since, a fatal accident.
    • Doomed; cursed.
    • 1. Proceeding from or decreed by fate or future; inescapable; fated.
    • Fraught with fate; influencing or determining fate; fateful.
    • Foreboding or of disaster or death; ominous.
    • 1. Proceeding from or decreed by fate or destiny; unavoidable; fated.
    • Fraught with fate; influencing or determining fate; fateful.
    • Foreboding or related to disaster or death; ominous.
    • Causing or went to with death or destruction; deadly; mortal; destructive; disastrous; ruinous: since, a fatal accident.
    • Doomed; cursed.
    • Causing or attended with demise or destruction; life-threatening; mortal; destructive; disastrous; ruinous: since, a fatal accident.
    • Doomed; cursed.
    • 1. Proceeding from or decreed by fate or destiny; unavoidable; fated.
    • Fraught with fate; influencing or determining fate; fateful.
    • Foreboding or associated with disaster or demise; ominous.
    • Causing or attended with demise or destruction; life-threatening; mortal; destructive; devastating; ruinous: because, a fatal accident.
    • Doomed; cursed.

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