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- He found that people had a fear of being embarrassed or humiliated, of being singled out for special attention.Chapter 7 (45% in)
- Archie was always puzzled about whatever there was inside of him that enjoyed these performances—toying with kids, leading them on, humiliating them, finally.Chapter 5 (8% in)
- Archie Costello humiliated by this sniveling bastard of a teacher.Chapter 11 (87% in)
- Archie, who'd been going down to defeat—what a great scene that had been, the last Vigils meeting when he'd stood there humiliated —but now he was on top again, all the chocolates sold, in charge once more, the entire school in the palm of his hand.Chapter 35 (47% in)
- Archie reveled in the moment, basking in Carter's admiration, Carter who had humiliated him at The Vigils meeting.Chapter 36 (26% in)
There are no more uses of "humiliate" in The Chocolate War.
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