I wanted it to be special for you and managed to mortify both of us.
mortify 1. If sin be discovered, but not mortified; if there be no endeavor to get it removed.
On the morrow the western horizon would clear again, until some such disaster as that which befell Varus would come to mortify cruelly the pride of an Augustus.
compendious way to mortify your lusts, then give Christ one look.
mortify one lust for Christ?
mortify therefore your members which are upon the earth, " etc. (Col. iii.
mortify sin till we be in Christ; he is our sanctification.
mortify mortified to see that, from almost every window along my train, a hooligan was proudly dousing the platform with urine.
mortify mortified to hear my letter's hectoring presumption read back to me.
mortify'm mortified to admit that Gary Glitter came into my head instead!
mortify so mortified that I had to thank God he was blind.
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