fatal[ feyt-l ]SEE DEFINITION OF fatal
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FATAL
It is impossible to doubt that this passion is fatal to more than the purse.
Janet, be it remembered, lacked but two years of the fatal age.
Dreaming wanes into sentimentalism, and sentimentalism is fatal to action.
There was certainly about this man a fatal charm which concealed his vices.
The slave states are learning this truth by fatal experience.
It was there and then this fatal epidemic first appeared in the United States.
Cornish, who held nothing in his hands, knew that he was at a fatal disadvantage.
Even if we had such a right, it would be a fatal mistake to exercise it.
But I must be calm, and explain the progress of this fatal passion.
I know these fatal truths; too well I feel my approaching doom.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR FATAL
- on collision course