adj.) Subject to death; destined to die;
adj.) Destructive to life; causing or occasioning death; terminating life; exposing to or deserving death; deadly;
adj.) Affecting as if with power to kill; deathly.
n.) A being subject to death; a human being;
Man is mortal.
Her wound seems to be mortal.
She has a mortal fear of heights.
Jack struck him a mortal blow with his axe.
The young boxer received a mortal blow to the head and died.
An old proverb reminds us that all men are mortal.
He was mortally ill with cancer.
The video displayed a leopard locked in mortal combat with another cat.
My whole body shook with mortal terror.
The Prime Minister received a mortal blow to his leadership when his closest Ministers called for his resignation.
A rebel shot had given him his mortal wound.
The soldier was mortally wounded in battle, and died of his injuries in hospital.
The aliens laughed at us mortals, saying we were primitive beings unworthy of ruling the universe.
Nature is beyond mortal control.
We know that all men are mortal.
We live in mortal dread of further attacks.
This tomb holds the mortal remains of King Richard III.
We lived in mortal dread of him discovering our secret.
Her reputation suffered a mortal blow as a result of the scandal.
She can deal with complicated numbers in her head, but we lesser mortals need calculators!
He doesn’t even acknowledge us lesser mortals .
She dines in the executive suite, while we lesser mortals use the staff cafeteria.