mortified


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suffering from tissue death

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made to feel uncomfortable because of shame or wounded pride

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I keep getting flashbacks, and can't decide if I'm mortified or actually quite proud.
A SELF-EMPLOYED roofer was mortified that he had been caught drink-driving, a court heard.
Everyone on set's talking about it and Vicky's mortified that it's got out.
He has blamed his poor handwriting rather than misspelling but was said to be mortified by Jacqui Janes' distress and immediately rang to say sorry.
Now people are talking about that when they should be talking about the show, the great show that it is, and as I say I'm mortified about it completely and Laila has been quite remarkably wonderful," he added.
I was angry and mortified that I had done it, that we had done it," she said.
Welch, who is married to actor Tim Healy, said: "I'm just so mortified and my son's so embarrassed and my husband's not speaking to me.
Jo launches a tirade of abuse at her - but is mortified to find she has insulted her man's mother.
At the request of the groom -- who happens to be Michael's mortified younger brother -- the community minister bars the quartet from the next scheduled nuptials unless they all come with serious dates who, presumably, will keep them in line.
In retrospect I knew that I was gay from the first moment I had any sexual identity; however, at 121 couldn't have identified it and would have been mortified if someone had tried to get me to define it.
But nothing can stay this perfect forever, and the squip starts to lead Jeremy to make some questionable choices, culminating in a humiliating public profession of his love for Christine, who, predictably, is mortified by his behavior.
Pierced, punctured, trussed, and tarted up by a profusion of crafty embellishments, including colored paint, glitter, nails, tacks, silver leaf, toothpicks, and twine, they were not so much decorated as mortified, in the old-fashioned sense of the term.
The mortified physical directors at the Springfield Y were appalled by the intrusion of unchristian-like behavior in their gym, and even considered dropping the "rowdy" game from their program.
When Ivy goes out on her own, the only news of her comes in the form of cryptic postcards until she shows up, humiliated, mortified, and personally disillusioned, on her family's doorstep needing them to save her from herself and the violent man who insists that Ivy loves him and is determined to make her admit it.