fatally

[adv] - with fatal consequences or implications
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Fatally

Fa'tal┬Ěly adverb 1. In a manner proceeding from, or determined by, fate. Bentley. 2. In a manner issuing in death or ruin; mortally; destructively; as, fatally deceived or wounded.
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fatally

adverb with fatal consequences or implications; `he was fatally ill equipped for the climb`
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Fatally

• (adv.) In a manner proceeding from, or determined by, fate. • (adv.) In a manner issuing in death or ruin; mortally; destructively; as, fatally deceived or wounded.
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fatally

fatally 1. With fatal consequences or implications. 2. So as to cause death; mortally: 'He was fatally injured.' 3. According to the decree of fate; inevitably.
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