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humiliate

hyooh mi lee ayt

  • v  cause to feel shame; hurt the pride of
    He humiliated his colleague by criticising him in front of the boss

  • Egyptian driver Emad el-Kabir, 21, whose torture police filmed and transmitted via cell phone to his friends in order to humiliate him, looks on behind the bars inside a courtroom .
  • To further humiliate her, and make an example of those who would defy the power of local strongmen, she was paraded naked before hundreds of onlookers.
  • North Viet Nam cannot defeat or humiliate' the United States.
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  • Richard Land in International Herald Tribune
    I mean, this is divorce on steroids,Land said. "To publicly humiliate your wife in that way, and your children. That's rough. I think that's going to be an awfully hard sell, even if he weren't pro-choice and pro-gun control."
  • Alexander Downer in Toronto Star
    Whatever you think of the humour of The Chaser, the honest truth is they were clearly not going to harm anybody in a physical way,Downer said. "They presumably were, as is the nature of their show, aiming to humiliate a lot of well-known...
  • Jens Lehmann in Malaysia Star
    At the moment I'm just swallowing it all as part of the humiliation. That's something one has to take in,said Lehmann. "But I think - and this is aimed at my dear manager - one shouldn't humiliate players for too long.

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