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exceedingly embarrassed, ashamed, or humiliated
  • She'd been mortified after their kiss, and had spent the next five minutes stammering an apology while he grinned.
    p. 183.6
  • She still didn't understand why they'd had to downgrade just because her father had made the unusual and mortifying decision to sever his marriage contract and move out.
    p. 167.7
  • The scientist in her was mortified by her own naïveté.
    p. 217.2

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