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Mortify 1100 Words You Need Week 30 Day 2

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Mortify 1100 Words You Need

Mortify 1100 Words You Need Week 30 Day 2 with authentic materials, text-to-speech, synonyms, antonyms and illustrated flashcards for GRE, TOEFL & IELTS

/ˈmɔː.tɪ.faɪ/ (verb)

Mortify definition

to cause someone to feel extremely ashamed, put someone to shame, embarrass, humiliate, belittle, shame someone, degrade, take down, crush, put down

Example

Children’s author ‘mortified’ after hat falls off during investiture

Former children’s laureate Julia Donaldson said she was left feeling “mortified” when her hat fell off as she was made a CBE by the Duke of Cambridge.

She added that she felt “mortified” and that her family would “tease” her over the mishap.

Source: https://www.southwalesargus.co.uk/

Antonyms

appreciate, acknowledge, praise, acclaim, adulate, admire, lionize, idolize

Parts of speech

Noun: mortification: shame, humiliation

Adjective: mortifying

Adverb: mortifyingly


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