Immortality definition

ĭmôr-tălĭ-tē
Endless life or existence.
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(fiction, religion, mythology, biology) The condition of being immortal.

In Greek mythology, Tithonus was granted immortality but not eternal youth.

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The definition of immortality is the ability to live forever.

An example of immortality is a trait possessed by a mythical vampire who can never die.

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Enduring fame.
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The quality or condition of being immortal.
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Other Word Forms

Noun

Singular:
immortality
Plural:
immortalities

Origin of immortality

  • From Old French immortalité, from Latin immortalitas

    From Wiktionary