sense of shame

NOUN
  1. a motivating awareness of ethical responsibility
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How To Use sense of shame In A Sentence

  • I regard that man as lost, who has lost his sense of shame
  • Alter also espies the dim outlines of a New Jerusalem, a city of virtue, arising along the Potomac, and none too soon: "During the Reagan-Bush years, Washington lost its sense of shame. Purring Along The Potomac
  • She felt a deep sense of shame.
  • I regard that man as lost, who has lost his sense of shame
  • I regard that man as lost, who has lost his sense of shame
  • A sense of shame is not a bad moral compass. Colin Powell 
  • I regard that man as lost, who has lost his sense of shame
  • I regard that man as lost, who has lost his sense of shame
  • These days, being an MP is little more than a smart career move for any numptie with a 2:1 in PPE and who is not overburdened with beliefs, convictions, morality or a sense of shame. MPs Should Bin Extra "Communications" Allowance
  • As I read the opening blurb, which is light-hearted and upbeat, my sense of shame subsided and I decided to take the plunge.
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