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used in A Great and Terrible Beauty

4 uses
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extremely embarrass (decrease dignity, self-respect, or pride — especially in front of others)
  • I'm ready for Miss Moore to straighten her spine and humiliate Ann in front of everyone by forcing her to admit her shame—and calling her all manner of horrible names as well.
    Chapter 6 (52% in)
  • I can't help feeling humiliated for Ithal.
    Chapter 12 (99% in)
  • "Very clever—you're quite a wit," I say, trying to sound good-humored when I feel surly and humiliated.
    Chapter 13 (53% in)
  • He says nothing, and I'm so humiliated I wish I could disappear on the spot.
    Chapter 18 (86% in)

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