noun im·mortification \(¦)i(m)+\

Definition of immortification


  1. :  a lack of discipline (as of bodily appetites and desires)

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Origin and Etymology of immortification

French, from Middle French, from Medieval Latin immortificatus disciplined, from Latin in- 2in- + Late Latin mortificatus, past participle of mortificare to mortify — more at mortify

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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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