Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


And the woman who has helped him, and who has also put shame on us?

And so, because another officer was promoted before you, you choose to take offence and try to put shame upon a gallant gentleman.

You two ha' put shame on Will, and cast him into prison, and I want you to take him out again, and lift the shameful lie off him.

He took aside the chief, not desiring to put shame upon him or to weaken his authority.

It put shame on the prejudice of wealth and birth, and dignity on common manhood.

Verily, it would seem that in all ways you seek to put shame and sorrow upon me.

And he waited for the match-mongers, and then, as they did not come to him, he put shame aside and went to them.