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humiliate
used in The Horse Whisperer

6 uses
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Definition
extremely embarrass (decrease dignity, self-respect, or pride — especially in front of others)
  • All phone-ins seemed to have these ruthless wise guy hosts nowadays and Annie could never understand why people kept calling, knowing full well they would get humiliated.
    Two (86% in)
  • She looked up at Robert and gave him a little humiliated smile that smote his heart.
    Eleven (17% in)
  • He told me he didn't want anything to do with me and if I didn't go then he'd go, he wasn't sticking around to be humiliated.
    Nineteen (42% in)
  • Then Frank told a long story about a disastrous high school rodeo where he'd humiliated himself in front of a girl he was trying to impress.
    Twenty-three (11% in)
  • It seemed to Annie a total, humiliating surrender.
    Thirty-three (73% in)
  • It's so cruel and humiliating.
    Thirty-three (87% in)

There are no more uses of "humiliate" in The Horse Whisperer.

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