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mortal
used in Dracula

3 meanings, 9 uses
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1  —6 uses as in:
mortal body
Definition
human (especially merely human); or subject to death
  • If he go through a doorway, he must open the door like a mortal.
    Chapter 22 (25% in)
mortal = human
Other Uses (with this meaning)
  • His fear was of great and terrible things, which no mortal can treat of.
    Chapter 9 (6% in)
  • mortal = human
  • Never did I see such baffled malice on a face, and never, I trust, shall such ever be seen again by mortal eyes.
    Chapter 16 (42% in)
  • mortal = human
  • This vampire which is amongst us is of himself so strong in person as twenty men, he is of cunning more than mortal, for his cunning be the growth of ages,
    Chapter 18 (32% in)
  • mortal = human
  • He did not really care for any of the things of mere earth, he was in the clouds and looked down on all the weaknesses and wants of us poor mortals.
    Chapter 20 (57% in)
  • mortals = those who are merely human
  • "Because," he answered solemnly, "he can live for centuries, and you are but mortal woman."
    Chapter 23 (99% in)
mortal = human
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2  —2 uses as in:
a mortal wound
Definition
causing death
  • Look down on a poor soul in worse than mortal peril.
    Chapter 21 (98% in)
mortal = deadly (causing death)
  • We each held ready to use our various armaments, the spiritual in the left hand, the mortal in the right.
    Chapter 23 (23% in)
mortal = lethal (causing death)
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3  —1 use as in:
felt mortal agony
Definition
extreme or intense
  • Their tally was exact with the list, and they had nothing to add to the simple description 'fifty cases of common earth', except that the boxes were 'main and mortal heavy', and that shifting them was dry work.
    Chapter 17 (64% in)
mortal = extremely
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