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humiliate
used in It Happened to Nancy

5 uses
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Definition
extremely embarrass (decrease dignity, self-respect, or pride — especially in front of others)
  • I didn't realize how much being an outsider can hurt, how humiliating and ego-battering it is.
    p. 195.6
  • He's bright, and his life is in such order, but he's shy too, and I can just imagine how humiliated he is.
    p. 35.9
  • That is too degrading and humiliating—and what if I dropped my purse and it fell out?
    p. 156.6
  • As I got to the aisle, I was so humiliated I wanted to faint, disappear, die .... die .... die ....
    p. 168.8
  • Dear Self, no one in the whole world has ever been so embarrassed and humiliated.
    p. 176.6

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