humiliating

[ hyoo-mil-ee-ey-ting or, often, yoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF humiliating

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HUMILIATING

This sentence was as humiliating and mortifying as anything that could be put upon him.

This humiliating order was obeyed, and all hands of us were called aft.

Will you never be convinced that, that; but why make this humiliating confession?

Flight was humiliating and dreadful, but to remain in England was impracticable.

I was fronted by a fact, humiliating or not—a fact which I could not deny.

And this humiliating duty was all that her own way had brought her.

It was a humiliating surprise for the two policemen: they felt fooled.

Give the man to me, and I will show you how to escape from this humiliating situation.

Glory found them wearisome, depressing, and often humiliating.

It would be humiliating to send for me if you treat me like an enemy.

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