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1. Some men mortify their senses through penances for.
2. Consider what Paul says: "Mortify your members which are upon the earth" (Col.
3. Our natural character is vicious; let us stifle natural desires and mortify the flesh.
4. They too had obstacles to contend with, lusts to mortify, trials to endure, hard places to fill, like any of yourselves.
5. This delay on the Colonel's side, however, did not seem to offend or mortify his fair companion in the least, for on their breaking up the conference soon afterwards, and moving different ways, Mrs.
6. But how could she dare to awaken him, and let him know what he had been doing, when it would mortify him to discover his folly in respect of her? Tess, however, stepping out of her stone confine, shook him slightly, but was unable to arouse him without being violent.
7. Mortify in us all envy, hatred, malice, and uncharitableness; pluck up these roots of bitterness out of our minds, and give us grace to love one another with a pure heart fervently, as becomes the followers of the Lord Jesus, who has given us this as his new commandment.

8. She could not but smile to see the graciousness of both mother and daughter towards the very person-- for Lucy was particularly distinguished--whom of all others, had they known as much as she did, they would have been most anxious to mortify; while she herself, who had comparatively no power to wound them, sat pointedly slighted by both.
9. Her antiquity in preceding and surviving successive tellurian generations: her nocturnal predominance: her satellitic dependence: her luminary reflection: her constancy under all her phases, rising and setting by her appointed times, waxing and waning: the forced invariability of her aspect: her indeterminate response to inaffirmative interrogation: her potency over effluent and refluent waters: her power to enamour, to mortify, to invest with beauty, to render insane, to incite to and aid delinquency: the tranquil inscrutability of her visage: the terribility of her isolated dominant implacable resplendent propinquity: her omens of tempest and of calm: the stimulation of her light, her motion and her presence: the admonition of her craters, her arid seas, her silence: her splendour, when visible: her attraction, when invisible.
1. It was mortifying.
2. Her next was mortifying.
3. The experience was mortifying.
4. It was mortifying but it was just.
5. But he was too genuinely delighted, and that was mortifying.
6. We had better put an end to this most mortifying conference.
7. This, spoken in a cool, tranquil tone, was mortifying and baffling enough.
8. The thought of being stripped naked by lustful peasant girls was mortifying.
9. And to her the consciousness of having exceeded in words was peculiarly mortifying.
10. We had got well out on the country road when a somewhat mortifying incident occurred.
11. We had got well out on the country road, when a somewhat mortifying incident occurred.
12. From this period, the United States have incurred the heaviest losses, and most mortifying humiliations.
13. It was mortifying to think that an assistant suffragan had struck up a personal relationship with a duke.
14. It was mortifying but Brooke smiled widely and said it was perfect because she thought she’d captured my essence.
15. I dined twice in Wimpole Street, and might have been there oftener, but it is mortifying to be with Rushworth as a brother.
16. Jane felt her face flush as she remembered the mortifying incident in the sandpit, where Harper had accused her of assault.
17. Then she reminds me that my entire livelihood is based on my mortifying myself so if I suddenly got sane I’d become unemployed.
18. He had often tried to imagine such an event, but had found the picture too mortifying and exasperating, and had quietly dropped it.
19. With his gentle support, Joseph managed to survive this mortifying escapade; though he feared the residue might interfere with his future job prospects.
20. That her sister's affections were calm, she dared not deny, though she blushed to acknowledge it; and of the strength of her own, she gave a very striking proof, by still loving and respecting that sister, in spite of this mortifying conviction.
21. That her sister’s affections WERE calm, she dared not deny, though she blushed to acknowledge it; and of the strength of her own, she gave a very striking proof, by still loving and respecting that sister, in spite of this mortifying conviction.
22. The unhealthy nature of the site; the quantity and quality of the children’s food; the brackish, fetid water used in its preparation; the pupils’ wretched clothing and accommodations—all these things were discovered, and the discovery produced a result mortifying to Mr.
23. Once more he was annoyed; and strange and mortifying was it to Miles, who so much hoped he had conquered his baser sides and could now no longer, by God's grace, be shaken out of his serenity, how frequently he had allowed himself to be annoyed during the last quarter of an hour.
24. There was something mortifying in the way he had said ‘Come, that’s good,’ as one says to a child when it leaves off being naughty, and still more mortifying was the contrast between her penitent and his self-confident tone; and for one instant she felt the lust of strife rising up in her.
25. And what had Dwight got out of it? She hardly could face it, it was so extremely mortifying, but she couldn't help thinking that what Dwight had got out of it, being a youth perhaps developed in business instincts beyond his years but in harmony with his American parentage, was her social usefulness.
26. Charlie wasn’t deft enough to avoid bringing a whole mortifying mound of soda bottles and newspapers and Styrofoam takeout containers crashing down around his Hush Puppies, but Sam just laughed again, and it wasn’t the kind of laughter that subtracted anything; it was a warm breeze lifting him up.
27. Don't be uneasy : I will explain the facts, but what I have just said is absolutely true; my whole life has been lost in mazes and perplexity, and suddenly they are all solved on such a day, at five o'clock this afternoon ! It's quite mortifying, isn't it ? A little while ago I should really have felt mortified.
28. And when, in order to raise those taxes, all or the greater part of merchants and manufacturers, that is, all or the greater part of the employers of great capitals, come to be continually exposed to the mortifying and vexatious visits of the tax-gatherers, this disposition to remove will soon be changed into an actual removing.
29. Still, in spite of this, Albert displayed his most dazzling and effective costumes each time he visited the theatres; but, alas, his elegant toilet was wholly thrown away, and one of the most worthy representatives of Parisian fashion had to carry with him the mortifying reflection that he had nearly overrun Italy without meeting with a single adventure.
30. Besides being possessed by my sister's idea that a mortifying and penitential character ought to be imparted to my diet,—besides giving me as much crumb as possible in combination with as little butter, and putting such a quantity of warm water into my milk that it would have been more candid to have left the milk out altogether,—his conversation consisted of nothing but arithmetic.
31. There had, in fact, been so much of message, of allusion, of recollection, so much of Mansfield in every letter, that Fanny could not but suppose it meant for him to hear; and to find herself forced into a purpose of that kind, compelled into a correspondence which was bringing her the addresses of the man she did not love, and obliging her to administer to the adverse passion of the man she did, was cruelly mortifying.
32. And this is the more distressing and mortifying that even honest people of a genuinely noble way of thinking and, what is even more important, of straightforward and open dispositions, abandon the interests of honourable men and with all the qualities of their hearts attach themselves to the pernicious corruption, which in our difficult and immoral age has unhappily increased and multiplied so greatly and so disloyally.
33. Such sacrifices, though they might frequently be agreeable to the interest, are always mortifying to the pride of every nation; and, what is perhaps of still greater consequence, they are always contrary to the private interest of the governing part of it, who would thereby be deprived of the disposal of many places of trust and profit, of many opportunities of acquiring wealth and distinction, which the possession of the most turbulent, and, to the great body of the people, the most unprofitable province, seldom fails to afford.
34. Everybody at all addicted to letter-writing, without having much to say, which will include a large proportion of the female world at least, must feel with Lady Bertram that she was out of luck in having such a capital piece of Mansfield news as the certainty of the Grants going to Bath, occur at a time when she could make no advantage of it, and will admit that it must have been very mortifying to her to see it fall to the share of her thankless son, and treated as concisely as possible at the end of a long letter, instead of having it to spread over the largest part of a page of her own.
35. To her the cares were sometimes almost beyond the happiness; for young and inexperienced, with small means of choice and no confidence in her own taste, the "how she should be dressed" was a point of painful solicitude; and the almost solitary ornament in her possession, a very pretty amber cross which William had brought her from Sicily, was the greatest distress of all, for she had nothing but a bit of ribbon to fasten it to; and though she had worn it in that manner once, would it be allowable at such a time in the midst of all the rich ornaments which she supposed all the other young ladies would appear in? And yet not to wear it! William had wanted to buy her a gold chain too, but the purchase had been beyond his means, and therefore not to wear the cross might be mortifying him.
36. To her the cares were sometimes almost beyond the happiness; for young and inexperienced, with small means of choice and no confidence in her own taste, the how she should be dressed was a point of painful solicitude; and the almost solitary ornament in her possession, a very pretty amber cross which William had brought her from Sicily, was the greatest distress of all, for she had nothing but a bit of ribbon to fasten it to; and though she had worn it in that manner once, would it be allowable at such a time in the midst of all the rich ornaments which she supposed all the other young ladies would appear in? And yet not to wear it! William had wanted to buy her a gold chain too, but the purchase had been beyond his means, and therefore not to wear the cross might be mortifying him.
37. I've said I did not love her, and rather relished mortifying her vanity now and then: besides, she hurt me extremely; so I started up from my knees, and screamed out,.
1. I was ashamed and mortified.
2. He was very deeply mortified.
3. Ellie closed her eyes, mortified.
4. Needless to say, I was mortified.
5. I feel sick, mortified for my dad.
6. We have been humbled and mortified.
7. Most of all, I was mortified about.
8. She was mortified, shocked, confounded.
9. He looked mortified that he'd hurt her.
10. Ron and Louise were mortified, of course.
11. This letter grieved and mortified Nicholas.
12. Noureddin, much mortified, recognised too.
13. Nothing mortified Levin so much as that tone.
14. Mortified, he stuck his hand behind his back.
15. Mortified colour ebbed and flowed in her cheek.
16. He had been mortified, sure he would be pun-.
17. He was exhausted, mortified and morally shaken.
18. I was too mortified to look into his eyes again.
19. She gave a mortified sniff and shook her head in.
20. She was staring over Ethan’s shoulder, mortified.
21. Libby loosed a mortified groan and dropped her chin.
22. Noureddin before I have mortified him as he deserves.
23. She was mortified then, just as she was mortified now.
24. The cripple was mortified when he saw the Cerberus agent.
25. Chalkyr had been mortified, yet it was scarcely his fault.
26. Sam Carroll had been equal parts mortified and heartbroken.
27. He clenched his lips, mortified with himself for his weakness.
28. Bulstrode, rather mortified at finding out her own ignorance.
29. I was mortified and to say the least in an unenviable if not.
30. I beg your pardon! she said, mortified with embarrassment.
31. Her cousin's hesitation mortified her; but the sore need of his.
32. Mortified, he had been set an important task, why should he be.
33. He cut the line with his dive knife and the man looked mortified.
34. Her vanity was sore and she was mortified at the thought abruptly.
35. Looking mortified, he rolled over and covered his eyes with his arm.
36. Plus which, he was mortified and embarrassed in front of his friends.
37. He became so mortified that he stared at his feet and blushed crimson.
38. I can't express how mortified I was at this supercilious callousness.
39. Shouting for help was a possibility, but he would be mortified if it.
40. I was completely mortified and ashamed, but came clean to him about it.
41. I was mortified in the change that had come over her but I played along.
42. In that realization he was so mortified that he simply could not continue.
43. It mortified me to know that the fox monster may have been here the whole time.
44. Why—how could you say such a thing? I should— D’ata was mortified.
45. What? she asked, mortified by the possibility that he could read her mind.
46. Will Ladislaw, meanwhile, was mortified, and knew the reason of it clearly enough.
47. Ralph was mortified that she should mention that in front of William and Philippa.
48. She rounded the table and knelt beside Tadeo, holding his hand and looking mortified.
49. And still so unknowing of human ways! You’ve probably mortified the poor boy!.
50. I sat there, confused and mortified while my friends stood around me, unable to get the.
51. I, on the other hand, have never been so mortified in all my life (or subsequent death).
52. Far from being proud of her father, Samantha had been mortified at the unwanted attention.
53. She looked mortified and ashamed and horrified all at once but I couldn’t have cared less.
54. The mortified actress walked back to her previous place, avoiding the eyes of the other guests.
55. Gretchen would have been mortified, had she known, but they carefully kept their secret from her.
56. This pleased me and at the same time mortified me ; I won't attempt to explain the contradiction.
57. And this particularly mortified me; almost everybody had known all about it, while I knew nothing.
58. She was evidently mortified at having fallen; she was overwhelmed, blushed, and was terribly abashed.
59. She had never behaved that way before, and she was mortified by what he probably now thought of her!.
60. Rani turned round and faced the mortified guests who were regretting their attendance at this wedding.
61. He shrank into himself, hurt and mortified, when he read Rosemary's letter next day in his dusty study.
62. We didn’t–? I whisper, my mouth drying in mortified horror as I can’t complete the question.
63. Bilo’s tea sprayed out of her mouth, she was mortified, her fair complexion turned bright red, she wanted to cry.
64. I know all that but I’m mortified that he would plan and rape Rosie because of me I just cant grasp such evil.
65. I felt like I should have been mortified because of my ideas and true feelings, but in actuality I hadn't done anything bad.
66. He did not mention this to his daughter, but Natasha noticed her father’s nervousness and anxiety and felt mortified by it.
67. He did not mention this to his daughter, but Natásha noticed her father’s nervousness and anxiety and felt mortified by it.
68. I could tell he was angry, mortified and determined to get justice; not just for Ruth but everyone who had been hurt in the storm.
69. Ellen was mortified when Maeve told Matthew that it was at her suggestion that she went to the dance that night when they first met.
70. Don’t, Borís! You are such a diplomat that it is really tiresome, said Natásha in a mortified voice that trembled slightly.
71. A part of him was happy to receive another lesson from his mentor, while the other part was mortified by failure to follow his system.
72. I was mortified as I trotted along and the cheeks of my arse were flapping from the farting I was doing because I was shitting myself.
73. Sir, I have been astonished, and grieved and mortified, to see so little sensation created in this nation by the procedure in question.
74. I felt my color rise, also, for I was mortified to think what opinion the prince must have formed of me, and more especially of Sergius.
75. He had been particularly mortified when his intelligence officer had told him that the top American air ace in the Philippines was a woman.
76. The puppet, who felt much mortified at these words, did not answer; but, taking his tumbler of milk, still quite warm, he returned to the hut.
77. But at a juncture like the present, the author felt it to be simply ludicrous, and had he not been so mortified, would have laughed outright!.
78. The Drozdovs had scarcely begun to pay calls, which mortified them, though the real reason for the delay was Praskovya Ivanovna's invalid state.
79. Also, I was a little mortified that I’d mistaken gas for a heart attack but I trusted the doctor and was relieved that it would never happen again.
80. Matthew Henry: She that lives in pleasure is dead while she live, is no a living member of the church, but as a carcass in it, or a mortified member.
81. I was predominantly mortified at having noticed his ripples and naturally slender bare body when I should have been chiefly concerned with his mutilated body.
82. He joined her within five minutes after Julia's exit; and though she made the best of the story, he was evidently mortified and displeased in no common degree.
83. He joined her within five minutes after Julia’s exit; and though she made the best of the story, he was evidently mortified and displeased in no common degree.
84. Mark had to fight not to laugh as he noticed that the two adults with her were thunderstruck at their child’s audacity, and absolutely mortified with embarrassment.
85. In most instances, the leaves of the plants, which suffered from it, appeared as if they had been scorched, and in some places even the tops of the branches mortified.
86. At the same time there were some among those who had been hitherto reverently devoted to the elder, who were almost mortified and personally affronted by this incident.
87. I felt mortified to be of so little use in the boat; but, there were few better oarsmen than my two friends, and they rowed with a steady stroke that was to last all day.
88. Solomon was such a showman and powerful presence that hardly any of the dignitaries in the room even noticed the difference, but the band was mortified and pretty angry.
89. Some simply said, Good day and walked away; others barely nodded; one simply turned away and pretended not to notice him; at last some of them — and what mortified Mr.
90. Had I been a Jew, (referring to Barry Stanton) I should have felt ―naked, mortified and outraged‖ over the insensitive comments made by an individual lacking cultural refinement.
91. The boy was mortified to such an extent that he left the school within a year, taken out by his mother who shunned the mothers of the boys who had dumped the Dunny Man label on her son.
92. Pierre listened to him, straining each faculty to understand the essential points of the impending battle, but was mortified to feel that his mental capacity was inadequate for the task.
93. And though there’d been a period for a few teenage years when the idea had mortified her – especially when apparent in public – these days she had to admit that she kind of liked it.
94. What's more, I believe they would have been mortified if his guilt had not been so firmly established, as that would have lessened the effect of the closing scene of the criminal's acquittal.
95. Drawing nearer, he recognized in the Rhetor a man he knew, Smolyaninov, and it mortified him to think that the newcomer was an acquaintance- he wished him simply a brother and a virtuous instructor.
96. He was horribly scared, that was evident, but his self-conceit was wounded, and it might be surmised that his mortified vanity might on occasion lead him to any effrontery, in spite of his cowardice.
97. Pretty soon, someone notified me that the village was very hurt and mortified that I had been informed of the homage that Fuentesnuevas was planning for me, since they wanted it to be all a surprise.
98. Drawing nearer, he recognized in the Rhetor a man he knew, Smolyanínov, and it mortified him to think that the newcomer was an acquaintance—he wished him simply a brother and a virtuous instructor.
99. A doctor of medicine, fifty years of age, enjoying a good position and self-possessed, Charles's colleague did not refrain from laughing disdainfully when he had uncovered the leg, mortified to the knee.
100. He told the Military Policemen to take me out but I wasn’t really listening anymore as the shoved me towards the door in my wheelchair I noticed the Lieutenants face and it was both distraught and mortified.
1. I ought to have read more, for I find I don't know anything, and it mortifies me.
2. The pride of man makes him love to domineer, and nothing mortifies him so much as to be obliged to condescend to persuade his inferiors.
3. Maybe, I saw the way you and your friends all idolized him, and it mortifies me that these new kids still look up to him even after his death.

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