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humiliate
used in Unbroken by Hillenbrand

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Definition
extremely embarrass (decrease dignity, self-respect, or pride — especially in front of others)
  • Gasping and humiliated, he ran straight off the track and hid under the bleachers.
    p. 14.5
  • When the guards weren't venting their fury at the captives, they entertained themselves by humiliating them.
    p. 182.5
  • Every day, the men were slapped, kicked, beaten, humiliated, and driven through forced exercises.
    p. 220.5
  • After the POWs left, Watanabe seemed to feel humiliated by having had to force friendship from lowly POWs.
    p. 238.6
  • He felt foolish and humiliated.
    p. 352.4
  • Months passed, and Kano languished in prison, frightened and humiliated.
    p. 357.9
  • The Bird had taken his dignity and left him feeling humiliated, ashamed, and powerless, and Louie believed that only the Bird could restore him, by suffering and dying in the grip of his hands.
    p. 366.0

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