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  • adjective Not mortified.


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un- +‎ mortified


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  • She thought such a declaration an unprovoked indignity; she deigned not even to look at him, resolved for ever to avoid him; yet to prove herself, at the same time, unmortified and disengaged, talked cheerfully with the Major.

    Camilla 2008

  • I'm finally just barely unmortified enough to admit the obvious and say that, yeah, I brought some guy home from the bar on Tuesday night.

    Insert Unshocked Gasps Here emu-head 2007

  • By his soul, (the unmortified creature swore,) and as he hoped to be saved, he was now in earnest in his good resolutions.

    Clarissa Harlowe 2006

  • To harbour with us, and bring along with us to the death of Christ, unmortified lusts and corruptions, such as we do not continually and sincerely endeavour to kill and mortify, is to come and upbraid Christ with his murderer, instead of obtaining any spiritual advantage.

    Sacramental Discourses 1616-1683 1968

  • And our unwillingness to suffer like unto Christ arises from some unmortified corruption in our hearts, which we have not endeavoured to subdue, that we may be like unto Christ in the mortification and death of sin.

    Sacramental Discourses 1616-1683 1968

  • We are contemptible to the nation, in our pressing after reformation whilst we are divided amongst ourselves; conformable to the world, whilst we proclaim our unmortified lusts, pride, covetousness, ambition, revenge, self-seeking.

    The Sermons of John Owen 1616-1683 1968

  • But where the minds of men, through their native darkness, are disenabled to discern the glory of spiritual things, and, through their carnal, unmortified affection, do cleave unto, and have the highest esteem of, worldly grandeur, it is no wonder if they suppose the beauty and glory of the church to consist in them.

    The Sermons of John Owen 1616-1683 1968

  • If in and under the performance of them there be, as there may be, a proud, unmortified heart, -- not subdued to the law of the Spirit of life, -- not humbled in all things to walk with God; both they and their performance are abhorred of God.

    The Sermons of John Owen 1616-1683 1968

  • Thoughts are the great purveyors of the soul to bring in provision to satisfy its affections; and if sin remain unmortified in the heart, they must ever and anon be making provision for the flesh, to fulfil the lusts thereof.

    Of the Mortification of Sin in Believers 1616-1683 1967

  • An unmortified lust will drink up the spirit, and all the vigour of the soul, and weaken it for all duties.

    Of the Mortification of Sin in Believers 1616-1683 1967


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