Fatal [adjective]

Definition of Fatal:

deadly, lethal

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Sentence/Example of Fatal:

Fairfax County police are searching for a suspect believed to have fled the scene of a fatal shooting in Reston on Wednesday afternoon.

We found that fatal crashes were occurring all over the country.

I was impressed not just with her work as a doctor but her zeal for busting open the paradigm for a cancer that is particularly hard to detect, hard to treat, and therefore often fatal.

Roessler’s tenure in Fairfax was marked by the fatal 2013 shooting of John Geer and, more recently, the anger over police practices across the country that was sparked by the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis police custody.

If you can recognize the sequence, you and a better chance of resisting the impulse to take those next potentially fatal steps.

Yet over the decades, astrophysicists had constantly bumped into what appeared to be a fatal flaw in their neutrino-powered models.

Insecticide-treated bed nets and spraying long-lasting insecticides on indoor surfaces are some of the best ways to prevent the spread of malaria, which can be debilitating or fatal for many.

It appears to have caused a fatal stroke – one of the things the virus does.

Here are the potentially fatal flaws for the Browns and Steelers.

It was not immediately clear how many shots police fired, how many struck Ocran or which officer fired the fatal shot.