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immortal

[ ih-mawr-tl ]
/ ɪˈmɔr tl /
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adjective
noun
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Origin of immortal

1325–75; Middle English (adj.) <Latin immortālis.See im-2, mortal

OTHER WORDS FROM immortal

im·mor·tal·ly, adverbqua·si-im·mor·tal, adjectivequa·si-im·mor·tal·ly, adverb
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How to use immortal in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for immortal

immortal
/ (ɪˈmɔːtəl) /

adjective
not subject to death or decay; having perpetual life
having everlasting fame; remembered throughout time
everlasting; perpetual; constant
of or relating to immortal beings or concepts
noun
an immortal being
(often plural) a person who is remembered enduringly, esp an authorDante is one of the immortals

Derived forms of immortal

immortality, nounimmortally, adverb
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