humbled[ huhm-buhl, uhm- ]SEE DEFINITION OF humbled
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HUMBLED
I was, in truth, and not more so than deeply mortified and humbled.
The curse of circumstance had humbled, but reconciled him to the dust.
Before the grief of the man, mighty in its silence, my whole being was humbled.
It humbled and abashed the man, and made him still more irresolute and uncertain.
"I'm afraid I haven't washed it very often," confessed the humbled Prince.
Remember Ruth, I beseech Thee, that she is patient and her heart is humbled.
He felt that he deserved to be humbled in this way, and he tried to be submissive.
But it was a satisfaction to Spain to see her humbled by her victorious colonies!
Do not fear, then, one humbled as I have been can take offence at an epithet.
Possibly, but the fact is that I was humbled by a circumstance I dare not tell you.