ashamed[ uh-sheymd ]SEE DEFINITION OF ashamed
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ASHAMED
He was ashamed, and determined to make amends by a frank confession.
No, not ashamed, mother; but I thought it was not business-like, and seemed too much like a schoolboy.
Some of us will have to be ashamed of our outcry after our dead.
But she was sure however credulous she might have been, she had done nothing to be ashamed of.
She was a Christian from childhood, but she said that she was ashamed to claim the name.
It is a painful truth that by daylight he was ashamed of his part of the transaction.
No wonder Lady Macbeth declares she would be ashamed "to wear a heart so white."
"If you do, you ought to be ashamed of it," I retorted hotly.
We have separated them by falsehoods, and I am not only ashamed, but so angry with myself it makes me ill.
"Have Done nothing of which I have been ashamed," returned Randolph.