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fatally definition

  • adverb:
    • to be able to cause demise; mortally: fatally hurt.
    • So as to result in tragedy or harm.
    • According to the decree of fate; inevitably.
    • In a fatal way; lethally.
    • In the end, with finality or irrevocability, moving to the demise of anything.
    • Fatedly; in line with the dictates of fate or doom.
    • In a way proceeding from, or based on, fate.
    • In a fashion issuing in death or damage; mortally; destructively.
    • with deadly effects or ramifications
    • to be able to cause death; mortally: fatally hurt.
    • So as to lead to catastrophe or spoil.
    • in line with the decree of fate; inevitably.
    • In a fatal fashion; lethally.
    • In the end, with finality or irrevocability, moving to the demise of one thing.
    • Fatedly; in line with the dictates of fate or doom.
    • In a fashion continuing from, or determined by, fate.
    • In a way providing in demise or damage; mortally; destructively.
    • with deadly effects or implications
    • So as to trigger death; mortally: fatally injured.
    • in order to end up in catastrophe or ruin.
    • in accordance with the decree of fate; inevitably.
    • In a fatal fashion; lethally.
    • fundamentally, with finality or irrevocability, going to the demise of one thing.
    • Fatedly; in accordance with the dictates of fate or doom.
    • In a way proceeding from, or dependant on, fate.
    • In a fashion providing in demise or spoil; mortally; destructively.
    • with fatal consequences or ramifications
  • others:
    • By a decree of fate or future; by unavoidable predetermination.
    • In a manner ultimately causing demise or harm; mortally; disastrously: since, the encounter finished fatally; the prince ended up being fatally deceived.
    • By a decree of fate or destiny; by inescapable predetermination.
    • In a way ultimately causing demise or damage; mortally; disastrously: since, the encounter ended fatally; the prince ended up being fatally deceived.
    • By a decree of fate or fate; by inevitable predetermination.
    • In a fashion leading to death or spoil; mortally; disastrously: as, the encounter finished fatally; the prince ended up being fatally deceived.
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