mortified[ mawr-tuh-fahy ]SEE DEFINITION OF mortified
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MORTIFIED
He was mortified beyond expression by the idea that he had been duped.
Mr. Beaufort followed them with a mortified and slinking air.
He lived for the day, not cumbered and mortified by his memory.
What may not both men and women be brought to do in a mortified state?
The scholar was mortified and began to scold him; but the fox disappeared with a horse-laugh.
Miss Warren, also, was flushed with embarrassment and mortified surprise.
Poor Margaret was so shocked and mortified she didn't know what to do.
I fidgeted on the edge of my chair in an agony of mortified embarrassment.
He was mortified as he pushed his crisp beard from side to side.
But this was obviously the effect of envy and mortified pride.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR MORTIFIED
- by the book
- in a tizzy
- put out
- worried stiff