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