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- v. To make ashamed.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To shame.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To feel shame; be ashamed.
- To shame; make ashamed.
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That is ashame and I think she should sue, but at the same time the private party should be able to exclude whoever they want for whatever reasons they want.
It is ashame, the man did not quit while he was looked upon as the “Maverick”.
It would be ashame for the boy to think all vaccines are bad based on an experience that is most likely unrelated. leftover
It'd be ashame to lose another team at this point.
This would be ashame if they split up but you know when those rumors start going around there is usually some truth to them.
Now Mormons should be ashame of Glenn Beck representing them.
It would be ashame to let it waste away in a gun safe!
Its ashame I can't prove that I was a POW because according to our great government I was only being held for transport + its not even on my DD214.
In any case, this is a great catch, but it is ashame that it comes from a country where the largemouth is considered a trash fish and they serve it n the menu in the restaurant on Lake Biwa where it was caught.
Yes | No | Report from kolbster wrote 45 weeks 5 days ago its ashame that someone didnt get that buck in the season, but its better to find him than to let him rot away and rodents eat his rack away.