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Definition of "humiliated" []

  • To lower or hurt the dignity or pride of (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of humiliate. (verb)

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  • Deprived of dignity or self-respect (adjective)

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Use "humiliated" in a sentence
  • "I give you my word -- not that I'll swear off, that I'll never do -- but I promise you you'll have no further reason to be what you call humiliated, or ashamed."
  • "My wife does feel … humiliated is way too strong a word …. but there is an element of degradation."
  • "Let me get this straight — The National Security Advisor to Jimmy Carter during the Islamist Iranian revolution and the hostage crisis, in which innocent Americans were kept prisoner by Islamic militants and the United States was humiliated, is giving advice to Geoge W. Bush on how to handle Iran??????"