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Adjective
/ˈmôrtl/,
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(of a living human being, often in contrast to a divine being) Subject to death,
  1. (of a living human being, often in contrast to a divine being) Subject to death
    • - all men are mortal
  2. Of or relating to humanity as subject to death
    • - the coffin held the mortal remains of her uncle
  3. Conceivable or imaginable
    • - punishment out of all mortal proportion to the offense
  4. Causing or liable to cause death; fatal
    • - a mortal disease
    • - the scandal appeared to have struck a mortal blow to the government
  5. (of a battle) Fought to the death
    • - from the outbuildings came the screams of men in mortal combat
  6. (of an enemy or a state of hostility) Admitting or allowing no reconciliation until death

  7. Denoting a grave sin that is regarded as depriving the soul of divine grace

  8. (of a feeling, esp. fear) Very intense
    • - parents live in mortal fear of children's diseases
  9. Very great
    • - he was in a mortal hurry
  10. Long and tedious
    • - for three mortal days it rained
Noun
  1. A human being subject to death, often contrasted with a divine being

  2. A person contrasted with others regarded as being of higher status or ability
    • - an ambassador had to live in a style that was not expected of lesser mortals

  1. person: a human being; "there was too much for one person to do"
  2. subject to death; "mortal beings"
  3. deadly: involving loss of divine grace or spiritual death; "the seven deadly sins"
  4. mortal(a): unrelenting and deadly; "mortal enemy"
  5. (mortality) the quality or state of being mortal
  6. (mortality) deathrate: the ratio of deaths in an area to the population of that area; expressed per 1000 per year
  7. Mortal was a Christian industrial/dance band fronted by Jerome Fontamillas and Jyro Xhan. Both members went on to found the alternative rock group Fold Zandura, and for a time were members of both bands simultaneously. ...
  8. (Mortality (band)) Cryogenic was an Australian thrash metal/death metal band formed in 1992 in Wetherill Park, a suburb of Sydney, Australia.
  9. (Mortality (computability theory)) In computability theory, the mortality problem is a decision problem which can be stated as follows: In the statement above, the configuration is a pair , where q is one of the machine's states (not necessarily its initial state) and w is an infinite sequence ...
  10. (Mortality (novella)) "Morality" is a short story by Stephen King published in the July 2009 issue of Esquire . It is included as a bonus story in Blockade Billy, a King book published on May 25, 2010. "Morality" received the 2009 Shirley Jackson Award for Best Novelette.
  11. (Mortals (novel)) Mortals is the second novel by American author Norman Rush, and was published in 2003. The close third-person narrative follows Ray Finch, an American anthropology CIA agent student in Botswana after the collapse of the Soviet Union. ...
  12. A human; someone susceptible to death; Susceptible to death by aging, sickness, injury, or wound
  13. (Mortality) A term having to do with death.
  14. (Mortality) rate of deaths (usually in terms of proportion of the stock dying annually) from various causes (see also natural mortality, fishing mortality).
  15. (Mortality) The number of deaths from a specific disease or health condition, during a specific time period.
  16. Mortality is the risk of death of a given person based on factors such as age, health, gender, and lifestyle.
  17. (Mortality) the rate at which people die
  18. (Mortality) deaths due to disease during a given period of time usually expressed as number of deaths per 100,000 population.
  19. (mortality) the death rate among a patient population
  20. Mortality means death. In statistics it refers to the rate at which death occurs in a population for a particular disease condition.
  21. Fish mortality,  hooking mortality, net drop out and marine mammal take
  22. (Mortality) The incidence of death at each attained age; frequency of death.
  23. Mortality refers to the deaths caused by malaria.
  24. (Mortality) Death. Used to describe the relation of deaths to the population in which they occur. The mortality rate (death rate) expresses the number of deaths in a unit of population within a prescribed time and may be expressed as crude death rates (e.g. ...
  25. (38) Mortality) Refers to number of cattle in a group that die from a clinical disease following exposure to a disease-causing agent.