Shame In A Sentence

Definition of Shame

(transitive) To cause to feel shame. | To cover with reproach or ignominy; to dishonor; to disgrace. | (transitive) To drive or compel by shame.

How To Use Shame In A Sentence?

  • Certainly the relics took no shame from such a seizure and such a guardianship.
  • He turned red with shame at this vulgar admission but the young woman only smiled.
  • The general feeling was one of profound shame and humiliation in behalf of the country.
  • He let the thought sink in, until the very lees of shame tasted like ashes in his mouth.
  • I could have jumped up and shaken hands with the stranger also, but a false shame prevented me.
  • What is the shame that clothes the skin To the nameless horror that lives within?
  • And gave him a cloak to hide him in, And left him alone with his shame and sin.
  • Gordon remembered long afterwards, with shame for his Speech, how wistful that smile was.
  • Shame, shame upon you all! who give wine to the Prince in order to ask blood of him.
  • I realised, with shame and with impotent vexation, that I was defeated all along the line.
  • He answered me (I write it with shame and contrition) most mildly, most affectionately.
  • Her head hung in shame, and Richard Darcy knew that the shame was not for herself.
  • Double portion of my shame be on you, Terence Mulvaney, that think yourself so strong!
  • I thought shame to beguile a poor old man that way, but, sir, I could not stop it.
  • The knowledge induced a sense of shame which no consciousness of committed crime could have exceeded.
  • Eh dear, yes, it's a shame for me, an' I know I ought to be glad hoo isn't sufferin' no longer.
  • God knows to what far-away corner of the world they have fled, to hide their shame and their sorrow.
  • When he has got a soul fairly in his clutches, his first business is to deprive it of all shame and fear.
  • She did not want to wound and shame him as he would be wounded and shamed if he found himself not married to her, and his son illegitimate.
  • What officers had said to men in that time of shame and humiliation will never be known; for neither officers nor men speak of it now.
  • Dukovski hid his nose in the collar of his overcoat, as if he was afraid that the darkness and the drizzling rain might read the shame in his face.
  • But King had hardly given the order when shame told him he had sent a native on an errand he had no liking for himself.
  • It strikes me now that under the circumstances I might have without shame gone back to listen at the keyhole.
  • I clapped my hands with glee, but an old woman by the road-side said that it was a shame to take out that innocent babe on such bloodthirsty work.
  • I feel as though this very paper I am writing on would carry on it the blush of burning shame that covers me.
  • Who put the open shame on me an' my child that we shud go beggin' through the lines in the broad daylight for the broken word of a man?

Short & Simple Example Sentence For Shame | Shame Sentence

  • All his muscles quivered with shame and rage.
  • To wed himself to shame and this vile woman.
  • The whole countryside will cry shame on ye!
  • It was to borrow, which she did without shame or apology.
  • Ay, shame to them, indeed!
  • All Athens cries out shame upon him for it.
  • The whole town cries out shame upon him, Micio.
  • Indeed I like them not, and oft cry shame upon them.
  • So we waited, eating shame and little else, at Ali's.
  • Oh, shame upon me, thus to ramble, when I should be restoring merely!
  • We cannot face them--to our shame be it spoken!
  • I'd think shame to stick to nursie as that shadow sticks to me!
  • Dan Anderson's back was in shame turned to me as he gazed down the valley.
  • It's a shame to take the money they give me for running this system, Gordon.

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