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  • n. Plural form of humiliation.


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  • How far the Indians can take such humiliations from the Chinese?

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  • The so-called humiliations of the Yeltsin era, which to most Westerners who lived there then looks like a golden era of relative normalcy, called for vengeance.

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  • Not the least of their humiliations was a group of the most absurd monsters ever to flounder across the screen.

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  • But the worst of my humiliations was my younger brother Reginald's attitude: he simply never mentioned the fight.

    The Autobiography of Malcolm X

  • I recall the humiliations we had to suffer here, in the streets, everywhere, wherever a group of Cubans gathered, here in the university, in the party premises, Prado 109, and everywhere, because whenever the people gathered, they were the victims of some outrage.


  • Rising from the table, the American-educated Karadzic raged in passable English about the "humiliations" his people were suffering.

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  • Both are obsessed with real and imagined "humiliations" and thirsty for revenge.

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  • I believe that the captives have, to date, conducted themselves in a digified manner notwithstanding the 'humiliations' that they have endured.

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  • Emperor from a Cossack's lance at Brienne, and the recollection renders his present "humiliations" intolerable.

    The Life of Napoleon I (Volume 2 of 2)

  • My soul became hereby readily too pliable to every discovery of the divine will, and whatever kind of humiliations attended me to counterbalance my Lord's favors, till everything, high or low, was rendered alike to me.

    Autobiography of Madame Guyon


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