Synonyms of mortal in English:

mortal


See definition of mortal

adjective

1‘the coffin held the mortal remains of her uncle’

SYNONYMS
perishable, physical, bodily, corporeal, fleshly, corporal, earthly
human, earth-born
impermanent, temporal, worldly, transient, ephemeral, passing
rare sublunary
ANTONYMS

immortal

2‘a mortal blow’

SYNONYMS
deadly, fatal, lethal, death-dealing, killing, murderous, destructive, terminal, incurable

3‘mortal enemies’

SYNONYMS
irreconcilable, deadly, to the death, sworn, bitter, out-and-out, implacable, relentless, unrelenting, unappeasable, remorseless, merciless

4‘a mortal sin’

SYNONYMS
unpardonable, unforgivable, irremissible
ANTONYMS

venial

5‘parents live in mortal fear of such diseases’

SYNONYMS
extreme, very great, great, enormous, terrible, awful, dreadful, intense, severe, grave, dire, inordinate, unbearable, agonizing

6‘the punishment is out of all mortal proportion to the offence’

SYNONYMS
conceivable, imaginable, perceivable, possible, earthly

noun

1‘mere mortals’

SYNONYMS
human being, human, person, man, woman, being, creature, individual
earthling
informal, dated body
ANTONYMS

immortal, god