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Correct spelling:
mortal
Definition:
Liable to die: causing death: deadly: fatal: punishable with death: extreme, violent: belonging to man, who is mortal.

Synonyms:

adjective
all
deadly, mortal.
dangerous
portentous, risky, shaky, parlous, pestilent, Jeopardous, dangersome, on collision course.
deadly
bitter, deathly, destructive, dire, ending, extreme, fatal, grave, great, grievous, grim, intense, last, lethal, malignant, merciless, monstrous, murderous, noxious, pestilent, pestilential, poisonous, relentless, remorseless, ruthless, severe, terminal, terrible, unrelenting, Mortiferous, killing, death-dealing.
deathly
extreme.
destructive
feller, ruinous, Lethiferous, Eradicative, Extirpative, Wrackful, Wreckful.
diseased
malignant.
dying
fated, in extremis, moribund, at death's door, at end of rope, giving up the ghost, on last leg, one foot in grave.
fallible
Errable, in question.
fateful
hellfire.
harmful
poisonous.
hellfire
fire-and-brimstone.
human
animate, bipedal, communal, corporeal, earthly, ecce homo, ephemeral, evanescent, fading, finite, folk, frail, fugacious, human, impermanent, momentary, passing, perishable, personal, popular, precarious, public, social, sublunary, temporal, transient, weak, worldly, familial, Creatural, anthropological, biped, ethnologic, hominal, hominid, hominine, humanistic, Ethological.
humanoid
humanoid.
lethal
necrotic.
manlike
hominoid.
monumental
out-standing.
moribund
one foot in the grave, at the end of the rope, mortally ill, on one's deathbed, on one's last leg.
pernicious
miasmic, maleficent, Miasmatic.
probable
most likely, odds-on, in the cards, odds on.
short-range
tactical.
transient
brief, changeable, cursory, ephemeral, evanescent, fading, fickle, fleeting, flickering, impermanent, instantaneous, momentary, mutable, passing, restless, rootless, shifting, short-lived, short-term, temporal, temporary, transient, transitory, volatile, Flitting.
unrelenting
stiff-necked, unabated, Hard-headed, brick wall, brick-wall.
noun
human
wight, wights, bipeds.
human being
animal, being, body, character, creature, earthling, human, individual, man, party, person, personage, soul, woman, living person, living soul, naked ape, higher animal.
life
animateness, metabolism, substantiality, symbiosis, viability, wildlife, Symbioses, metabolisms, flesh and blood, mortal being, substantialities, vital spark.
mortal
deadly, deathly, earthborn, fatal, human, individual, merciless, person, somebody, someone, soul, unmerciful, unpardonable.
person
gal, guy, GALS, living soul, living souls.
verb
destroying
destructive.
Examples of usage:
  1. She never was engaged to him; never loved him, or any other mortal man, save yourself." – Tempest and Sunshine by Mary J. Holmes
  2. I thought of you as a kind of wonderful being that had no mortal or human suffering except by sympathy. – The Turmoil A Novel by Booth Tarkington
  3. No mortal knows why. – The Magnetic North by Elizabeth Robins (C. E. Raimond)
  4. I made some marks in a little memorandum book, that would have been called anything but intelligible to the average mortal, but that were very plain language to my eye, and to none other. – Out of a Labyrinth by Lawrence L. Lynch
  5. I never was supposed to be an ill- natured mortal neither. – Clarissa, Volume 4 (of 9) History Of A Young Lady by Samuel Richardson

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