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Adjective
Acutely embarrassed
“He saw himself as a dashing romantic figure and was mortified to find himself seen as a slapstick comedian.”
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Filled with shock
“He was mortified beyond expression by the idea that he had been duped.”
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Feeling a sense of disgust or repulsion
“I was absolutely mortified to think that someone so unfunny could be a professional comedian.”
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Feeling upset after suffering an embarrassment
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Feeling or expressing shame or embarrassment
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Overcome with deep or intense sorrow
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Characterized by severe self-discipline and abstention from all forms of indulgence
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No longer alive
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Forbidding or grim in appearance
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To have thrown into a state of distress marked by confusion
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“But all his successes only tended to mortify the King's jealous spirit more and more.”
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Past tense for to offend or displease someone
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“You mortify me with your confounded twaddle.”
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Past tense for to feel, or cause to feel, embarrassed or humiliated
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“I knew full well that the things I said to them were designed either to make fun of them or to mortify and humiliate them.”
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Past tense for to bring shame or discredit to
“It was a manifestation that seemed purposely to mortify and shame all the notions of superiority and greatness they had ever before cherished.”
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Past tense for to feel, or cause to feel, upset or disappointed
“The news would mortify them. Giving birth to an illegitimate child was not, she told Ivy, the kind of ill-doing which her mother would tolerate.”
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Past tense for to discipline (one's body, appetites etc) by suppressing desires
“If we have not fervor to mortify the body by great penances, let us at least practice some little fortifications, let us bear with patience the pains that happen to us.”
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Past tense for to decompose, typically due to being affected by gangrene or necrosis
“I've got a very nasty injury to my hand. Bad enough to require minor surgery, with the possibility of deep infection, loss of the limb, perhaps death. There's a word for it, when one of your limbs starts to mortify.”
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Past tense for to speak to or treat with disrespect or scornful abuse
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Past tense for to take away the self-esteem or conceit from
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Past tense for to fluster or disturb the composure of
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Past tense for to lower in standing, or to bring dishonor or shame to
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Past tense for to make emotionally sad or depressed
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Past tense for to belittle or express disapproval of
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