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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of humiliate.
- adj. deprived of dignity or self-respect
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. brought low in condition or status; reduced in dignity; humbled; mortified.
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- adj. subdued or brought low in condition or status
- adj. made to feel uncomfortable because of shame or wounded pride
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I give you my word -- not that I'll swear off, that I'll never do -- but I promise you you'll have no further reason to be what you call humiliated, or ashamed.
My wife does feel … humiliated is way too strong a word …. but there is an element of degradation.
Let me get this straight — The National Security Advisor to Jimmy Carter during the Islamist Iranian revolution and the hostage crisis, in which innocent Americans were kept prisoner by Islamic militants and the United States was humiliated, is giving advice to Geoge W. Bush on how to handle Iran??????
I don't watch reality shows either ... like Pari ... watching someone being humiliated is not my idea of entertainment.
You'll stay and endure his insults because maybe being insulted and publicly humiliated is bad - but it would be even worse to walk away letting him win.
I misunderstood what Andy was saying, but in responding to what I accused you of (which I thought, perhaps unfairly, your words were suggesting), I notice you didn’t deny it, i.e., that seeing your country beaten and humiliated is your desire.
HILSUM: But you are showing Arabs being humiliated, which is a tremendously potent thing.
The rogue manager, shockingly, defended his actions, suggesting that the servers were "prima donnas" who needed to be humbled, which is to say humiliated, to make them more pliant employees.
Bert Cooper says he's "humiliated" and then resigns, yelling for someone to "get my shoes!"
He was told he was being held under section 44 because of his "obstructive and non-compliant attitude", and said police left him feeling "humiliated" after manhandling him in front of office workers.