English version

mortally

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmortallymor‧tal‧ly /ˈmɔːtəl-i $ ˈmɔːr-/ adverb 🔊 🔊 1 KILLin a way that will cause death syn fatally 🔊 He regarded the mortally wounded man with no pity in his heart.2 VERYextremely or greatly 🔊 He was mortally afraid of upsetting her. 🔊 I tried to be tactful, but he seemed to be mortally offended.
Examples from the Corpus
mortallyHe shot at it and wounded it mortally, but it succeeded in reaching its home and its mistress before it died.If he so mortally hated the father, living and dead, how can we trust his indulgence with the boy?We have had public reports of a mortally ill little girl being unable to gain treatment in a paediatric intensive care unit.Zenia was mortally offended.The mortally wounded Aenarion clambered into the saddle of his dying dragon and they took to the air on their last flight.Armistead falls mortally wounded among the artillery he has captured...Both Centaurs fell, mortally wounded.Official figures do not usually include animals that escape or are released from the nets but have nevertheless been mortally wounded.The great Stuart was mortally wounded.mortally woundedBoth Centaurs fell, mortally wounded.I thought at first the admiral was mortally wounded..Mordred was killed and Arthur mortally wounded.Official figures do not usually include animals that escape or are released from the nets but have nevertheless been mortally wounded.The great Stuart was mortally wounded.The mortally wounded Aenarion clambered into the saddle of his dying dragon and they took to the air on their last flight.Armistead falls mortally wounded among the artillery he has captured...Lincoln was shot and mortally wounded by Booth.With the tail gunner mortally wounded, the pilot rescinded the order and brought the aircraft back.
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