Synonyms of mortify in English:

mortify


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verb

1‘I'd be mortified if my friends found out I was learning ballroom dancing’

SYNONYMS
embarrass, humiliate, chagrin, shame, discomfit, abash, horrify, appal, crush
ANTONYMS

be pleased, be proud

2‘he was mortified at the prospect of being excluded from the meeting’

SYNONYMS
hurt, wound, affront, offend, put out, pique, irk, pain, annoy, displease, vex, gall
informal rile
British informal nark
ANTONYMS

gratify

3‘an ascetic who consistently chooses to mortify the flesh’

SYNONYMS
subdue, suppress, subjugate, control, restrain, get under control
discipline, chasten, punish, deny
ANTONYMS

indulge

4‘the cut in his arm had mortified’

SYNONYMS
become gangrenous, fester, putrefy, gangrene, rot, decay, decompose
rare necrose, sphacelate
ANTONYMS

heal