Is "zilified" "zealified" a word?
This educated witness (teacher) is saying "zilified" "zealified." She is saying "zil" and not "zeal."
The sentence is: I was so zilified, tried and convicted publically.
I have never heard this word before, and I can't find it in the dictionary or online anywhere.
Does anyone have a clue?

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I think she is saying "vilified" which means to lower in importance or make vicious and defamatory statements about.
Thank you. That makes perfect sense.
I agree with Kelli. Absolutely sounds like vilified.


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