/ (ɪˈmɔːtəlz) /

pl n
  1. (sometimes not capital) the gods of ancient Greece and Rome

  2. (in ancient Persia) the royal bodyguard or a larger elite unit of 10 000 men

  1. the members of the French Academy

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How to use Immortals in a sentence

  • But don't go hunting after them, there are still modern Immortals in the darkness of a forgotten language.

    The Salvaging Of Civilisation | H. G. (Herbert George) Wells
  • I know not who you are, whether Immortals, or beings of like nature to myself, thus timely sent by the Great Spirit to my aid.

  • Lightly they have come down from heaven of their own accord: Immortals, stir yourselves with the whip!

  • All the clever Immortals when seeking did not find the calf though sojourning round about us.

  • When the Immortals created the two eyes of heaven, they placed fair splendor in him.