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Definition of "humbled" []

  • Conscious of one's failings (adjective)
  • Unpretentious; lowly (adjective)
  • Deferential or servile (adjective)
  • To cause to become humble; humiliate (verb)
  • To lower in status (verb)
  • Feeling the positive effects of humility. (adjective)

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  • Simple past tense and past participle of humble. (verb)

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Use "humbled" in a sentence
  • "I am also an un-pubbed writer and, yeah humbled is the word I am feeling right about now in regards to my writing."
  • "One can hope for greatness always, and yet remain humbled by the challenge of greatness."
  • "They both look very _abattus_, and the poor Queen cried much in thinking of what she had gone through -- and what dangers the King had incurred; in short, humbled poor people they looked."