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humiliate
used in Anne Of Green Gables

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Definition
extremely embarrass (decrease dignity, self-respect, or pride — especially in front of others)
  • It would be so humiliating.
    Chapter 10 — Anne's Apology (28% in)
  • I can't cook, as you know, Marilla, and—and—I don't mind going to a picnic without puffed sleeves so much, but I'd feel terribly humiliated if I had to go without a basket.
    Chapter 13 — The Delights of Anticipation (24% in)
  • But it was a little humiliating to know that there was no danger of it.
    Chapter 15 — A Tempest in the School Teapot (31% in)

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