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Synonyms for mortal

Synonyms for mortal

of or characteristic of human beings or mankind

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causing or tending to cause death

capable of being anticipated, considered, or imagined

Synonyms for mortal

a human being

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subject to death

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involving loss of divine grace or spiritual death

unrelenting and deadly

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causing or capable of causing death

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Richard Gilbert, 24, who fought with Hart in the battle in a wetland area where Hart was mortally wounded.
In "The Sacred Fount", the only one of James' novels written in first person, the narrator's is hyperfocused on tapping into the "sacred fount" of another person, to the risk of calamity; in "The Wings of the Dove", a mortally ill American heiress is entangled in a scheme of love and betrayal between an English adventuress and her journalist lover.
The crew of the leading boat attempted to pull out, but after the second volley all were mortally wounded.
Even though Chapman was mortally wounded his team credits him with saving their lives.
Leaving the pavement, the car careened into one of those fences, a rail bursting through the front passenger window striking t older boy, then pushing straight back, catching the second child in its passage, mortally injuring both.
Its tragic drift is bookended by a pair of GWs: Bush, recognizably smug even in a few blotches of oil paint, and Washington, a la Gilbert Stuart but mortally disappointed.
All these men's missions stand out under this requirement--rescuing friends under intense fire while badly wounded themselves, picking up burning flares in a mortally damaged aircraft, throwing themselves on live grenades, returning to the fight against enemy aircraft even though low on fuel and facing superior numbers.
9 officers were mortally wounded from shots to the torso.
She faced overseeing the performances and social events of the Bayreuth Festival while her mortally ill father lay close by.
The men, one of them from Wales, were under siege by several hundred locals at a police station north of Basra when one of them was mortally wounded.
The meaning is clear enough, however: a mortally wounded man appeals for the mercy of God in the moments it takes him between his falling from his horse and his lying dead on the ground.
If I were a gay man, I'd be mortally offended at the slim pickin's on the beefcake buffet.
Lazy writers locked into adverbial cliches write, correctly happily married, finely tuned, fatally flawed, mortally wounded and easily duped--all without the hyphen; in each case, the second half of the compound is a past participle.
A person whose beloved brother has been killed, whose house has been destroyed in an orgy of vandalism, who has been mortally humiliated before the eyes of his children, goes to the market and buys a rifle.