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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishimmortalim‧mor‧tal /ɪˈmɔːtl $ -ɔːr-/ adjective  1 LONG TIMEliving or continuing forever opp mortal Plato believed that the soul is immortal.2 REMEMBERan immortal line, play, song etc is so famous that it will never be forgotten In the immortal words of Henry Ford, ‘If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.’immortal noun [countable]
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immortalChristians believe that the soul is immortal.Thanks to what he had seen in Ellen, he believed the soul was immortal.The soma is mortal, but the germ line potentially immortal.This love, lasting for ever, makes me immortal.And what of this pollen of the mind, the ideas that are immortal?In death, he became immortal.Proprietorships are subject to sudden and unpredictable demise, but, legally at least, corporations are immortal.Elves are long-lived, some say immortal, and less vulnerable to disease than humans.Separation from the Goddess allows the possibility of immortal perfection.J.M. Barrie's immortal tale of Peter PanIn the immortal words of Henry Ford, "History is bunk.''In the immortal words of James Brown, "I feel good!"
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