mortal definition

  • adjective:
    • Liable or at the mercy of demise.
    • Of or relating to humankind; individual: the mortal limitations of comprehension.
    • Of, associated with, or associated death: mortal throes.
    • Causing death; fatal: a mortal wound. See Synonyms at deadly.
    • battling or fought on demise; unrelenting: a mortal opponent; a mortal attack.
    • of good power or extent; serious: mortal horror.
    • Conceivable: no mortal cause for united states going.
    • applied as an extensive: a mortal trick.
    • at the mercy of death; destined to die.
    • Destructive your; causing or occasioning demise; terminating life; exposing to or deserving death; dangerous
    • Fatally vulnerable; essential.
    • Of or related to enough time of demise.
    • Affecting like with power to destroy; deathly.
    • Human; owned by man, that is mortal.
    • really painful or tedious; wearisome.
    • at the mercy of demise
    • concerning losing divine elegance or spiritual death
    • unrelenting and life-threatening
    • causing or capable of causing death
  • noun:
    • a person.
    • A human; somebody prone to demise.
    • A being subject to demise; a person being; guy.
    • Man, as a being subject to death; a person being.
    • whatever is mortal.
    • a person becoming
  • others:
    • Subject to death; destined to die.
    • Human; of or regarding man, that is susceptible to death: because, mortal understanding; mortal power.
    • Deadly; destructive to life; causing demise, or which will or must cause demise; deadly.
    • Deadly; implacable; into death; such as threatens life: as, mortal hatred.
    • so that injury or infection influencing it might trigger demise.
    • delivering death; noting enough time of death.
    • Incurring the penalty of religious death; inferring divine condemnation: in opposition to venial: since, a mortal sin (see sin).
    • Extreme; really great or serious: as, mortal offense.
    • extended and continuous; believed to-be long and tedious.
    • Euphemistically, confounded; cursed: because, perhaps not a mortal thing to eat.
    • Drunk.
    • excessively; extremely; perfectly: as, mortal frustrated; mortal drunk.

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