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trouble, annoyance, grievance, irritation, nuisance, bother, worry, pest, plague, Inf. sore subject; confusion, perplexity, abashment, bewilderment; embarrassment, disconcertment, discomposure; intimidation, perturbation, consternation, trepidation, browbeating.


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3. asceticism, austerity, self-denial, sacrifice, abstinence, fasting, penance, maceration, flagellation, an-choritism, self-abasement, purgation, lustration; sackcloth and ashes.
4. Pathology, gangrene, necrosis, cancer, carcinoma, sphacelus, canker, corruption, decay, rot.

mortified, adj. 1. humiliated, humbled, meekened, made to die a thousand deaths, made to eat humble pie; shamed, disgraced, dishonored, reproached; discredited, disfavored, SI. in the doghouse; debased, degraded, abased, vitiated.
2. belittled, disparaged, deprecated, derogated, deflated, decried; reduced, lowered, depressed, devalued, depreciated.
3. confused, abashed, perplexed, bewildered, confounded, dumfounded; intimidated, daunted, cowed, perturbed, browbeaten; embarrassed, put to the blush, made to blush, made to change color; dissatisfied, chagrined, discontented, vexed, disappointed, put out, displeased; harassed, irritated, bothered, provoked, harried, hectored, plagued, worried, annoyed, troubled.
4. crushed, broken, routed, discomfited, destroyed, overwhelmed, obliterated, smashed, conquered, vanquished.
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Pathology, gangrenous, necrotic, rotted, suppurative, corrupted, decayed, decomposed, putrified, putrid, cankerous.

mortify, v. 1. humiliate, humble, bring down, Inf. take or bring down a notch or peg, SI. put down, make [s.o.] eat humble pie, pull down, make lowly, bring low, teach [s.o.] his place, Inf. make [s.o.] sing small, meeken, chasten, subdue; disgrace, shame, dishonor, put to shame, fill with shame; degrade, debase, abase, vitiate, lower, depress, reduce, demote, downgrade.
2. demean, belittle, disparage, deprecate, depreciate, decry, deflate, derogate.
3. confuse, abash, perplex, bewilder, confound, nonplus, dumfound; intimidate, daunt, cow, perturb, browbeat; embarrass, put to the blush, make [s.o.] blush, make [s.o.] change color; dissatisfy, chagrin, cause discontent, vex, disappoint, put out, displease; harass, irritate, disquiet, bother, provoke, harry, hector, plague, pester, worry, annoy, trouble.
4. crush, break, destroy, defeat utterly, rout, discomfit, overwhelm, obliterate, smash, conquer, vanquish, bring to one's knees, tread
or trample underfoot.
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(all of the body) subjugate by asceticism, practice rigorous austerities, discipline, deny, sacrifice, fast, abstain, do penance, flagellate, wear a hair shirt, sit in sackcloth and ashes; purify, cleanse, purge, macerate, lustrate.
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Pathology, gangrene, necrose, rot, sphacelate, suppurate, corrupt, decay, decompose, putrify, putresce, fester, canker.

mortifying, adj. 1. humiliating, humbling; shameful, disgraceful, Obs. reproachful; disreputable, dis-favorable, discreditable.
2. belittling, derogatory, deprecatory, disparaging, depreciatory, demeaning, deflating.
3. confusing, perplexing, bewildering, confounding; intimidating, daunting, disconcerting, perturbing; embarrassing; dissatisfying, vexing, disappointing, displeasing; irritating, bothersome, disquieting, provoking, harrying, hectoring, plaguing, pestering, worrying, annoying, troubling.
4. crushing, overwhelming, obliterating, smashing.

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