The state of being humiliated or disgraced; shame.(noun)
A humiliating condition or circumstance.(noun)
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Use "humiliation" in a sentence
"_humiliation_, -- a humiliation that would cut him to the very heart!"
"In addition to the term humiliation, the author also noted that "Pilatus 'fall from the top of the pop world was steeper than any that had ever occurred before.""
"From Jackie Kennedy to Hillary Clinton to Silda Spitzer, the woman who embodied the word "humiliation" standing by her husband, former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer, as he confessed his involvement with a prostitution ring."