[ UK /ʃˈeɪmd/ ]
[ US /ˈʃeɪmd/ ]
[ US /ˈʃeɪmd/ ]
showing a sense of guilt
a guilty look
the hangdog and shamefaced air of the retreating enemy
- suffering shame
How To Use shamed In A Sentence
- I've seen it a hundred times: an oafish fan shamed out of F-bombs by kids sitting with their parents. You Brought a Child to an NFL Game?!
- He had a bank balance that a senior merchant banker would not be ashamed of.
- I peered over. There stood Sir Henry doing nothing less than a 11)tribal war dance of sheer unashamed 12)ecstasy.
-  Of such ministers and counselors, the holy king said that they who were confounded and ashamed should remove themselves far from him: _Avertantur statim erubescentes, qui dicunt mihi, "Euge, euge! The Philippine Islands, 1493-1898 — Volume 25 of 55 1635-36 Explorations by Early Navigators, Descriptions of the Islands and Their Peoples, Their History and Records of the Catholic Missions, As Related in Contemporaneous Books and Manuscripts, Showing t
- She shamed him into making amends
- And Polly ran into her own room, to prink also, fearing that her friend might be ashamed of her plain costume. An Old-Fashioned Girl
- I felt shamed for being called crybaby and a fraidy cat by family members and others. Undefined
- He was embarrassed and even ashamed of his indiscretion, but then he realized that there was no way he could have been heard above the roar of the boisterous crowd.
- Masked, they were dynamic, varied, and hilarious, so that their masks actually seemed to become their faces, despite their grotesqueness; unmasked, they were slow, hesitant, and awkward, as if ashamed of the material.
- He explained that often recently single people are ashamed of their new status and need help relearning the social scene from a single person's perspective.