Mortal synonyms

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Human means someone or something that is related to or associated with people or humanity.
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Resulting in death
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An individual life.
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The definition of temporary is something which is not intended to last for a long time.
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The definition of lethal is something very harmful or destructive, especially something that could cause death.
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(Mathematics, stochastic processes, of a state) having a positive probability of being left and never being visited again.
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Civil or political, as distinguished from ecclesiastical.
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Moving by; going past:
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Not strong or substantial; slight:
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Not permanent; not lasting; fleeting; temporary
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That may perish; esp., liable to spoil or deteriorate, as some foods
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Subject to death
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Subject to death
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Having a short lifespan or a short annual period of aboveground growth. Used especially of plants.
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Likely to occur at any moment
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Either the first or fourth term of a proportion of four terms. In the proportion2 /3 =4 /6 , the extremes are 2 and 6.
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Aiming or wanting to kill; implacable:
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Least likely or expected:
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*Very great
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The definition of a creature is a person, animal or other being, real, imaginary or mythical.
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An imaginary, conjectural, or supernatural creature:
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Being without beginning or end:
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Never coming to an end; lasting forever; eternal
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Containing sufficient poison to be dangerous
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Very pleasing; wonderful; splendid:
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The definition of an animal is a member of the kingdom Animalia, and is typically characterized by a multicellular body, specialized sense organs, voluntary movement, responses to factors in the environment and the ability to acquire and digest food.
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An adult male human.
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a human being
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a human being
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(US, rare) The profound part of a problem.
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a human being
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a human being
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An inhabitant of the planet Earth (Generally in science fiction aliens who use the term Earthling look down on the people of earth.)
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Being a member of the set of real or complex numbers.
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A hole in the ground in which to bury a dead body
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An English surname​, probably derived from Old English grimm or Old Norse grimr or grimmr.
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A building in an airport where travelers board and get off airplanes.
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a human being
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An adult female human belonging to a specified occupation, group, nationality, or other category. Often used in combination:
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The definition of life-giving is having the power of providing sustenance, spirit or life.
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Pleasingly new or different
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Giving strength, energy and vitality.
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The definition of permanent is someone or something that is supposed to last for a very long time.
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Not of ordinary human nature, form, or character:
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Of or relating to immortality.
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Any of a wide variety of multicellular eukaryotic organisms, belonging to the kingdom Plantae and including the bryophytes and vascular plants. Plant cells have cell walls made of cellulose. Except for a few specialized symbionts, plants have chlorophyll and manufacture their own food through photosynthesis. Most plants grow in a fixed location and reproduce sexually, showing an alternation of generations between a diploid stage (with each cell having two sets of chromosomes) and haploid stage (with each cell having one set of chromosomes) in their life cycle. The first fossil plants date from the Silurian period. Formerly the algae, slime molds, dinoflagellates, and fungi, among other groups, were classified as plants, but now these are considered to belong to other kingdoms.
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(Roman Catholic Church) Minor, therefore warranting only temporal punishment.
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Containing life; living.
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(Negative, informal) Used to put an emphasis
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That can be imagined
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(As predicate, followed by to and infinitive) Reasonably to be expected; apparently destined.
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Capable of happening, existing, or being true without contradicting proven facts, laws, or circumstances:
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That can be considered as a possibility
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The fleshly or corporeal nature of a human, as opposed to the spirit or soul. [from 13th c.]
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Used in combination with mock Latin adjectives to indicate a type of person or to characterize humans generally, often for humorous effect:
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A person; a large sapient, bipedal primate, with notably less hair than others of that order, of the species Homo sapiens.
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A single human considered apart from a society or community:
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The source of vigor or liveliness
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With to: an accessory, someone who takes part.
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An entity, such as an individual, or, under law, an incorporated group with certain legal rights and responsibilities; a human being; the live body of a human being. See also natural person.
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A character in a literary work.
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Of or characteristic of human beings or mankind
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Of a performance or speech, in person.
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Someone is defined as an unnamed person, or refers to a person of authority or importance.
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A recognised person, a celebrity.
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Very harmful, dangerous, or virulent
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a human being
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