Thesaurus / shamed
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She lifted her shamed face and bravely laid her feverish, quivering lips on his.

FrecklesGene Stratton-Porter

Geraldine was surprised, confused, shamed, irritated in turn with every new importunity.

The Danger MarkRobert W. Chambers

“I would be shamed to death,” Jessie declared, her face flushing almost angrily, for sometimes Amy did try her.

Love was not shamed, no matter how the outside world might view the matter.

Was he to be shamed and sacrificed for Lacy's glory and honor by this woman?

A Little Traitor to the SouthCyrus Townsend Brady

MacDonald had killed only his own cattle, and secretly it had shamed her, for she mistook his honesty for lack of courage.

'Me-Smith'Caroline Lockhart

But nobody had looked at her except the women who stole her bread and the men who shamed her with their wicked eyes.

The ScapegoatHall Caine

“The truth may be shamed, sir, but can never be blamed,” said the gardener oracularly.

The Vast AbyssGeorge Manville Fenn

With reverent emotion I bless the shamed sun as he dips beyond the western sky.

Mrs. Day gave him her hand with a simple dignity which would not have shamed the first lady of the land.

Wild MargaretGeraldine Fleming

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