humiliation

[ hyoo-mil-ee-ey-shuhn or, often, yoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF humiliation

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This request he intended to refuse, and enjoyed in advance the humiliation of young Rushton.

There is no parallel in history to the humiliation they have patiently borne.

His strongest feeling just then was one of self-reproach, mingled with humiliation.

The first comer utters his complaint of humiliation before him.

So that's what you meant when you hinted that I could spare her humiliation!

No one else ever beheld him in the details of his humiliation.

I have not the courage to ask to be forgotten by you in my humiliation; but I ask to be remembered only as I am.'

And there he had it still in his possession, an eternal monument to his pride and my humiliation.

Do we realize, for instance, that the way of teaching humility is generally by humiliation?

The humiliation of it ate into his soul; and the tooth was sharpened by his own misdeeds.

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