Simple past tense and past participle of mortify.(verb)
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Use "mortified" in a sentence
"I seem to recall reading that Ravel did something similar on purpose, omitting the composers 'names from a concert program and then sitting in mortified amusement as the pro-Ravel claque unwittingly booed his own piece."
"The word mortified sounded like you'd gone to granite, like you couldn't move to save your soul."
"It is the wisdom of those who desire to have their sin mortified to make a good use of reproaches that come from ill will, and to turn them into reproofs."