shamefacedly

[ UK /ʃˈe‍ɪmfe‍ɪsˌɪdli/ ]
ADVERB
  1. in a shamefaced manner
    quarrels and dissensions ensued among the cast, most of whom hurriedly and shamefacedly handed over their parts to understudies
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How To Use shamefacedly In A Sentence

  • He held her artless gaze for a moment, then laughed shamefacedly. PRETTY MAIDS ALL IN A ROW
  • The offer - since shamefacedly upped to $35 million - equates to what?
  • I politely refused at first, but after their urgings I finally shamefacedly admitted that I could only eat food cooked with bottled water.
  • Colum looked at them, shamefacedly remembering his own revelry, and winked apologetically at Kathryn. A SHRINE OF MURDERS
  • He held her artless gaze for a moment, then laughed shamefacedly. PRETTY MAIDS ALL IN A ROW
  • All those voters who shamefacedly backed the Tories in the secrecy of the polling booth are probably feeling vindicated.
  • quarrels and dissensions ensued among the cast, most of whom hurriedly and shamefacedly handed over their parts to understudies
  • Marble and gold and logos abound, and it's only once I've shamefacedly unpacked my non-designer clothes from my unbranded suitcase and headed to Il Barocco for dinner that I properly come down to earth.
  • And then, somewhat shamefacedly, I ventured out into the garden.
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