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mortified (adj.)

"deeply humiliated," 1717, past-participle adjective from mortify. Earlier it meant "dead to sin or the world" (early 15c.); "gangrenous" (late 14c.).

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Definitions of mortified from WordNet

mortified (adj.)
suffering from tissue death;
Synonyms: gangrenous
mortified (adj.)
made to feel uncomfortable because of shame or wounded pride;
felt mortified by the comparison with her sister
Synonyms: embarrassed / humiliated
From wordnet.princeton.edu