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He believed in the NFL’s plan to keep players safe, but the idea of getting infected and spreading the virus in the community mortified him.
The story goes that as a young man, the Buddha sought to overcome the imperfections of the real world—sickness, old age, and death—by following the path of traditional Hindu asceticism, mortifying the flesh and nearly starving himself.
"Then I think it was your duty to have first consulted me, Lady Maude," he said, feeling deeply mortified.
ELSTER'S FOLLYMRS. HENRY WOOD
They walked silently down the lane together, Gilbert sullen and mortified, Dorothy pitying but resolute.
THE WORLD BEFORE THEMSUSANNA MOODIE
He sat down again, ashamed, mortified, angry with himself for behaving like a fool and a boy.
The tone constituted a rebuff, and Rita's coquetry deserted her, leaving her mortified and piqued.
DOPESAX ROHMER
His prudence mortified her to such a degree that on one occasion she went into fits.
But he was feeling deeply chagrined and mortified over his last escapade.
A Brahman who has thus mortified his body by these modes is exalted into the divine essence.
I am surprised and mortified to find that two thirds of all the men who have signed made their mark; they cannot write.

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