from The Century Dictionary.
- With shame.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adverb rare Bashfully.
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- adverb with
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- adverb with a feeling of shame
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Althea recalled ashamedly that she had once felt that some hardship would improve Malta.
Keith looked at the now-empty spot, ashamedly imagining the grief of the young companion trees, and just as shamefully thinking how stupid he was to the forest was grieving.
(I have to ashamedly declare I have not participated in either buy-in yet - I'm poor in our currency and the exchange rate does not work in my (or your) favour right now ... sorry.) 8: 36 PM
I introduced myself and ashamedly stated my position.
Pam ashamedly told Kevin that she and Jim just want money for a wedding gift.
I reckon that's [attempts to work it out ... then ashamedly reaches for the calculator] 1644m worth of climb.
Which all makes for what should be an amazing biopic in the hands of director Steve McQueen (no, not the dead one) and (yes, I know I'm rather ashamedly burying the lead here) easily the perfect star in Chiwetel Ejiofor, who has quickly risen to become one of my favorite actors.
I did not know who Bowles was, she admits ashamedly, thanks for educating me.
Because one by one as Von Rotten went down the line of his minions, they wagged their heads ashamedly No, looking down at their feet.
He felt a measure of accomplishment, and he felt that Yes, he had given something back when for many years, and perhaps ashamedly so, he had only taken.