lethal

Part of speech:

Deadly; fatal.

Part of speech: adjective

Causing death; mortal; deadly; fatal.

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Usage examples "lethal":

  1. Not an officer in sight is carrying anything more lethal than a light cane. - "The First Hundred Thousand", Ian Hay.
  2. His mind, directing all, observing all, was not to be distracted by even so small a detail as any personal hand in the discharge of the lethal gas. - "The Flying Legion", George Allan England.
  3. They were to create their stocks of lethal organisms, provide methods of distribution and, on a selected day, three Federation years away, release the floods of death. - "The Other Likeness", James H. Schmitz.