fatal (adj.) Old form(s): fatall
death-dealing, death-boding
3H6 I.iv.22[York alone] The fatal followers do pursue [or: sense 1]
3H6 V.vi.16[King to Richard] I ... / Have now the fatal object in my eye [or: sense 1]
H5 II.iv.13[French King to all] examples / Left by the fatal and neglected English / Upon our fields
Tit II.iii.202[Quintus to Martius, of the pit] A very fatal place it seems to me
TN III.iv.261[Fabian to Viola as Cesario, of Sir Andrew] He is ... the most skilful, bloody, and fatal opposite that you could possibly have found in any part of Illyria
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