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mortality
used in Great Expectations

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Definition
the quality of being mortal (subject to death)

or:

death rate — often given per 1,000 people per year
  • The royal phantom also carried a ghostly manuscript round its truncheon, to which it had the appearance of occasionally referring, and that too, with an air of anxiety and a tendency to lose the place of reference which were suggestive of a state of mortality.
    Chapter 31 (10% in)

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