Meaning of humiliation in English:

humiliation

Pronunciation /ˌhjuːmɪlɪˈeɪʃn/

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noun

mass noun
  • The action of humiliating someone or the state of being humiliated.

    ‘they suffered the humiliation of losing in the opening round’
    • ‘he fought back tears of humiliation’
    • ‘the conference decision was a humiliation for the union's executive’
    • ‘He said she had brought shame and humiliation on herself and had besmirched her good name.’
    • ‘The ones who were subjected to insults and humiliations hung their heads down in shame.’
    • ‘Anything less than three years would seem a disappointment, and to go now would be a humiliation.’
    • ‘That was only one of the humiliations he had to endure.’
    • ‘Now it seems Scotland is determined not to endure such humiliation again.’
    embarrassment, mortification, shame, indignity, ignominy, disgrace, dishonour, discomfiture, degradation, discredit, obloquy, opprobrium, loss of pride, loss of face
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