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Definition of Mortally

Mortally
Mortally Mor"tal*ly, adv. 1. In a mortal manner; so as to cause death; as, mortally wounded. 2. In the manner of a mortal or of mortal beings. I was mortally brought forth. --Shak. 3. In an extreme degree; to the point of dying or causing death; desperately; as, mortally jealous. Adrian mortally envied poets, painters, and artificers, in works wherein he had a vein to excel. --Bacon.

Meaning of Mortally from wikipedia

- Death is the irreversible cessation of all biological functions that sustain an organism. For organisms with a brain, death can also be defined as the...
- English Dictionary for mortal wound is dated 1578 and the first entry for mortally wounded is dated 1569. Pre-1569, in the 1390 Melibeus by Geoffrey Chaucer...
- suffering of a severely wounded person or animal. It may be a mercy killing of mortally wounded civilians or soldiers, friends or enemies, with or without the...
- Tourist Court, where the gang's con****uous behavior drew police. Buck was mortally wounded in the ensuing gunfight. 39°18′43″N 94°41′11″W / 39.31194°N 94...
- discharged rockets and grenades while scaling the walls. Sidi Marjan was mortally wounded when a rocket struck his large gunpowder depot, and after twenty-seven...
- Catholic Church. They may be administered to those awaiting execution, mortally injured, or terminally ill. Last rites cannot be performed on someone who...
- wrestling Sirhan to the ground after he shot the senator. As Kennedy lay mortally wounded, Romero cradled his head and placed a rosary in his hand. Kennedy...
- Truman at Blair House. On the street outside the residence, Torresola mortally wounded a White House policeman, Leslie Coffelt. Before he died, the officer...
- of Operation Anthropoid. During the attack, Kubiš threw the bomb that mortally wounded Heydrich. Jan Kubiš was born in 1913 in Dolní Vilémovice, Moravia...
- from the 12th century and was once owned by Franz von Sickingen, who was mortally wounded during a siege of the castle in 1523. Frederick I of Germany had...