[feyt-l] /ˈfeɪt l/
causing or capable of causing death; mortal; deadly:
a fatal accident; a fatal dose of poison.
causing destruction, misfortune, ruin, or failure:
The withdrawal of funds was fatal to the project.
decisively important; fateful:
The fatal day finally arrived.
proceeding from or decreed by fate; inevitable:
a fatal series of events.
influencing or concerned with fate; fatalistic.
not resulting in or capable of causing death
resulting in or capable of causing death: a fatal accident
bringing ruin; disastrous
decisively important; fateful
decreed by fate; destined; inevitable
late 14c., “decreed by fate,” from Middle French fatal (14c.) and directly from Latin fatalis “ordained by fate,” from fatum (see fate (n.)); sense of “causing death” is early 15c.
fatal fa·tal (fāt’l)
Causing or capable of causing death.
/ˌnɒnˈfætənɪŋ/ adjective 1. not causing weight gain: a nonfattening alternative
[fey-ver-uh-buh l, feyv-ruh-] /ˈfeɪ vər ə bəl, ˈfeɪv rə-/ adjective 1. characterized by approval or support; positive: a favorable report. 2. creating or winning ; pleasing: to make a favorable impression. 3. affording advantage, opportunity, or convenience; advantageous: a favorable position. 4. (of an answer) granting what is desired. 5. boding well; propitious: The signs […]
[non-fee-zuh ns] /nɒnˈfi zəns/ noun, Law. 1. the omission of some act that ought to have been performed. Compare , (def 2). /ˌnɒnˈfiːzəns/ noun 1. (law) a failure to act when under an obligation to do so Compare malfeasance, misfeasance n. also non-feasance, “failure to do what should be done,” 1590s, from non- + feasance.
[fee-zuh-buh l] /ˈfi zə bəl/ adjective 1. capable of being done, effected, or accomplished: a feasible plan. 2. probable; likely: a feasible theory. 3. suitable: a road feasible for travel. /ˈfiːzəbəl/ adjective 1. able to be done or put into effect; possible 2. likely; probable: a feasible excuse adj. “capable of being done, accomplished or […]