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mortal
used in The Two Towers

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mortal body
Definition
human (especially merely human); or subject to death
  • For it is perilous for mortal man to walk out of the world of this Sun,
    4.5 — Book 4 Chapter 5 — The Window on the West (23% in)
mortal = human (especially merely human)
There are no more uses of "mortal" flagged with this meaning in The Two Towers.

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  • Not I. For I deem it perilous now for mortal man wilfully to seek out the Elder People.
    4.5 — Book 4 Chapter 5 — The Window on the West (86% in)
  • But Legolas stood beside him, shading his bright elven-eyes with his long slender hand, and he saw not a shadow, nor a blur, but the small figures of horsemen, many horsemen, and the glint of morning on the tips of their spears was like the twinkle of minute stars beyond the edge of mortal sight.
    3.2 — Book 3 Chapter 2 — The Riders of Rohan (40% in)
  • There are few among mortal Men who know more of Orcs; and I do not hunt them in this fashion out of choice.
    3.2 — Book 3 Chapter 2 — The Riders of Rohan (55% in)
  • First name the four, the free peoples: Eldest of all, the elf-children; Dwarf the delver, dark are his houses; Ent the earthborn, old as mountains; Man the mortal, master of horses: Hm, hm, hm.
    3.4 — Book 3 Chapter 4 — Treebeard (14% in)
  • But I cannot guess what it means, save that it is laden with the sadness of Mortal Men.
    3.6 — Book 3 Chapter 6 — The King of the Golden Hall (11% in)
  • Their golden hair was braided on their shoulders the sun was blazoned upon their green shields, their long corslets were burnished bright, and when they rose taller they seemed than mortal men.
    3.6 — Book 3 Chapter 6 — The King of the Golden Hall (22% in)
  • Weapons they have laid at your doors that are worth many a mortal man, even the mightiest.
    3.6 — Book 3 Chapter 6 — The King of the Golden Hall (42% in)
  • In Dwimordene, in Lorien Seldom have walked the feet of Men, Few mortal eyes have seen the light That lies there ever, long and bright.
    3.6 — Book 3 Chapter 6 — The King of the Golden Hall (43% in)
  • Clear is the water of your well; White is the star in your white hand; Unmarred, unstained is leaf and land In Dwimordene, in Lorien More fair than thoughts of Mortal Men.
    3.6 — Book 3 Chapter 6 — The King of the Golden Hall (43% in)
  • It does not belong to any mortal, great or small; though if any could claim it, it would be Aragorn son of Arathorn, whom I named, the leader of our Company from Moria to Rauros.
    4.5 — Book 4 Chapter 5 — The Window on the West (4% in)
  • But this much I learned or guessed, and I have kept it ever secret in my heart since: that Isildur took somewhat from the hand of the Unnamed, ere he went away from Gondor, never to be seen among mortal men again.
    4.5 — Book 4 Chapter 5 — The Window on the West (43% in)

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