Fatal and Grievous


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Fatal adjective – Likely to cause or capable of causing death.
Usage example: that snake's venom is fatal unless the victim is given the antidote almost immediately

Grievous and fatal are semantically related in disastrous topic. In some cases you can use "Grievous" instead an adjective "Fatal", when it comes to topics like tragic.
Nearby Words: fatality, fatalistic, fatalism, fatally, fatalist
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Grievous adjective – Involving potential loss or injury.
Usage example: a grievous wound that requires a doctor's immediate attention

Fatal and grievous are semantically related in tragic topic. Sometimes you can use "Fatal" instead an adjective "Grievous".
Nearby Words: grieve, grieved, grieving, grievously
Synonyms for Grievous

Things that words describes

part fatal part grievous part
error fatal error grievous error
moment fatal moment grievous moment
case fatal case grievous case
Other nouns: example, method, injury, mistake, damage, wound, flaw, gunshot, poisoning, wounding, attacks, consequences, diseases, blows, accidents, problems, injuries, amounts, wounds.
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