humiliated[ hyoo-mil-ee-eyt or, often, yoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF humiliated
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HUMILIATED
Thus was Turkey humiliated and Russia benefited, having obtained her demands.
For the first time in her life she felt daunted, humiliated.
Angered at the situation and humiliated by what I had said, I was on the point of leaving at once.
She had wounded her friend and humiliated herself all for nothing!
It is this that has irritated and humiliated me—in fact, cut me to the quick.
He was angry: he did not know what to reply: he was humiliated.
She had insulted him, struck him, humiliated and shamed him.
He was embarrassed, he was humiliated, and he showed both very clearly.
Our patriotism is humiliated, but we cannot afford to be cheated.
John Storm went back to the canon's house a crushed and humiliated man.