Terjemahan dari mortify
membuat malu
put to shame, mortify
menyinggung perasaan
offend, pique, wound, mortify
insult, humiliate, offend, disdain, affront, mortify
shame, disgrace, embarrass, be ashamed, dishonor, mortify
offend, mention, allude, touch, pertain, mortify
kena kelemayuh
menjadi busuk
decay, go bad, become defective, canker, taint, mortify
Definisi mortify
cause (someone) to feel embarrassed, ashamed, or humiliated.
she was mortified to see her wrinkles in the mirror
sinonim: embarrass, humiliate, chagrin, discomfit, shame, abash, horrify, appall
subdue (the body or its needs and desires) by self-denial or discipline.
return to heaven by mortifying the flesh
sinonim: subdue, suppress, subjugate, control, discipline, chasten, punish
(of flesh) be affected by gangrene or necrosis.
the cut in Henry’s arm had mortified
embarrass, hurt, subdue, humiliate, gangrene
28 sinonim lain
Many of the Christian systems chastise the body and mortify it.
People who mortify the body in some way will always command a voyeuristic interest.
Everyone laughed at me and I was duly mortified .
Grandma once told me I mortified my mother by saying, ‘I always love coming to Grandma’s because it’s so clean.’
His path was called ‘the Middle Way’, between life in society (seeking pleasures) and the life of a rigorous ascetic (fasting and mortifying the flesh).
The wound mortified and caused his death on 14 November 1804.
I’m always mortified when something like that happens.
It’s a form of catharsis that by mortifying flesh you will actually develop your spiritual side.
The offensive ended, mortifyingly for the marines, in a decision to pull back from both cities.
I laughed it off but, deep down, I was absolutely mortified .
Stoics sought to free themselves from bodily concerns by philosophical contemplation, while some Christians found value in mortifying the flesh, thereby turning their thoughts to the immortality of the soul.
Teacher Jane Norton said: ‘The poor girl who was looking after him was mortified .’
‘I was mortified that on my second case I had done exactly what I had set out to avoid at all costs,’ he said.
When they told us we couldn’t vote I was absolutely mortified .
Did they offer this mortifyingly unfunny screenplay in protest against low wages and poor working conditions?
The Daily Telegraph’s critic carried on in similar vein, describing the show as ‘one of the mostmortifyingly embarrassing I have ever witnessed’.
Mum is standing over me assembling a costume and I am mortified because not only is my costume home made, it is made out of a brown paper rubbish bag.
If I break a glass at someone else’s house, I’m mortified beyond belief.
I was totally mortified , wondering what people thought was happening in there!
It subdues and mortifies evil desires and blasphemous thoughts as they rise within; and answers unbelief and error as they assault from without.
Marianne finds this attention mortifying , as she thinks the Colonel, who is thirty-five and talks of flannel waistcoats, is too old to be a lover.
Kelly looked mortified at Roxie’s suggestion.
It’s mortifying that my middle-aged mother is marrying a guy who is only four years older than me.
Everything was so mortifyingly obvious after all.
She quickly pulled the covers to her neck, feeling mortified to be caught wearing a hospital gown.
I hope their parents were mortified when told their children were involved in this type of thing.
There was room for two people to move comfortably, and a little altar of rock, at which Probus had prayed from sunrise to sunset, mortifying the flesh, dreaming of the Millennium.
I am mortified that this improper, unethical and simply unacceptable breach of confidential files may have occurred on my watch.
He received a cut of the thumb, was afterwards made an out-patient of the infirmary, but the woundmortified , produced lock-jaw, and death ensued.
‘Yeah… it’s mortifying to know what happened to him’, Maria remarked.



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