‹ Mortality Mortar ›
Meanings and phrases
- in such a manner that death ensues (also in reference to hatred, jealousy, fear, etc.)
- McCann fell, mortally wounded, on his own doorstep.
- It's clear to all that Marcella is mortally wounded.
- Reding was mortally wounded by French dragoons.
- Scott was killed or mortally wounded in a duel on 6 November 1767.
- A total of nine Union regimental commanders were killed or mortally wounded in the battle.
- It lost 10 officers and 71 enlisted men killed or mortally wounded, and 126 enlisted men died from disease.
- Rafterman shoots the sniper, mortally wounding her.
- His alcoholism causes him to crash his car, mortally wounding him.
- One of the last enemy sniper shots hit Guise, mortally wounding him.