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  • The company lost two men killed and six wounded, two of them mortally.
  • He finally carried one of his officers who was mortally wounded, to the rear.
  • The command lost one killed and six wounded, two of them mortally.
  • Some of the men were hit, but few were mortally wounded or killed.
  • During the battle, the two kings mortally wounded each other, and were carried away.
  • That night, Jackson was mortally wounded and died less than two weeks later.
  • As he moved to attack another enemy soldier, he was mortally wounded.
  • Although mortally wounded he continued to fire his gun against the attackers until he died.
  • He remained at his Command Post despite being mortally wounded by enemy shell fire.
  • He was able to kill the entire crew before falling mortally wounded.
  • Mortally wounded, he orders his generals to keep his death a secret for three years.
  • At this stage his tank received a second hit and he was mortally injured.
  • He was carried from the field mortally wounded only to die of his wounds three weeks later.
  • As he raised his axe, it fell out of his hand and mortally wounded him.
  • He managed to get off a couple of shots, although he was mortally wounded.
  • One of the officers of the rescue party was mortally wounded and four horses were shot.
  • Even when mortally wounded its death throes are likely to kill anything around it.
  • Within hours, patient's health can change from seemingly good to mortally ill.
  • He was however, mortally wounded before he could reach his destination.
  • One marine was mortally wounded in the attack as well as several of Brown's men.
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Meaning of mortally

  • adverb In such a manner that death ensues (also in reference to hatred, jealousy, fear, etc.)
    a being of whom the forest Indians are said to be mortally afraid, with a hoof shaped like the heel of a bottle