Mortal definitions

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That must eventually die.

All mortal beings.

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Of a human being considered as a being who must eventually die.
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Of this world.
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Of death.
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Causing death; deadly; fatal.
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To the death.

Mortal combat.

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Not to be pacified.

A mortal enemy.

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Very intense; grievous.

Mortal terror.

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Causing spiritual death.
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Extremely.
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A being who must eventually die; esp., a human being; person.
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A human.
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Fatally vulnerable; vital.
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The definition of mortal is something that is likely to cause death, or someone that has the ability to die.

A bullet to the heart is an example of something you would describe as a mortal wound.

An example of something you would describe as mortal is humans, who can die, as opposed to Gods who cannot die.

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Susceptible to death by aging, sickness, injury, or wound; not immortal. [from 14th c.]
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Of or relating to the time of death.
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Causing death; deadly, fatal, killing, lethal (now only of wounds, injuries etc.). [from 14th c.]
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Affecting as if with power to kill; deathly.
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Human; belonging to man, who is mortal.

Mortal wit or knowledge; mortal power.

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Liable or subject to death; not immortal.

Mortal beings.

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Of or relating to humans as being subject to death.
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Causing death; fatal.

A mortal wound.

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Fought to the death.

Mortal combat.

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Relentlessly hostile; implacable.

A mortal enemy.

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Of great intensity or severity; dire.

Mortal terror.

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Conceivable; imaginable.

No mortal reason for us to go.

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Used as an intensive.

A mortal fool.

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Extreme; very great.
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Very long and tedious.
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Conceivable; possible.

Of no mortal good to anyone.

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Very painful or tedious; wearisome.

A sermon lasting two mortal hours.

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(UK, slang) Very drunk; wasted; smashed.

Let's go out and get mortal!

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A human; someone susceptible to death.

Her wisdom was beyond that of a mere mortal.

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Origin of mortal

Middle English from Old French from Latin mortālis from mors mort- death mer- in Indo-European roots