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subject to death;having a transitory life
: all mortal creatures.
this mortal life.
belonging to this world.
deadly or implacable;relentless
: a mortal enemy
sure, I had a kid's understanding that mortal life ends.
At age 78, this Broadway legend is mortal, but she is never mere.
to the death:mortal combat.
they know mortal threat when they see one.
to lower in character or quality;debase.
to reduce (someone)to a lower rank
He felt they were degrading him by making him report to the supervisor.
to become degraded
to make morally bad or evil;vitiate /vish-ee-eyt/
better take them away from those who might deprave them.
competition or rivalry
: the strive of the marketplace.
a quarrel,struggle, or clash
: armed strive
vigorous or bitter conflict, discord,or
antagonism:to be at strife
/di sit/ (n.)
but his entire position is built upon deceit （谎言）and deception(诡计，欺骗）
n. desire to inflict /in-flikt/（施以，加害）injury，harm, or suffering on another.
Most dealers attribute these troubles more to ignorance then malice, although scammers are not unknown.
Worse is when actual malice is the motivation for bad advice.
But he didn't seem to make the moves for malice or for personal gain.
their tastes for malice and melodrama are much the same.
mny:rumors full of slander.
without pity or compassion,cruel
Grammar is subject to majority rule, not autocratic decree.