shamefully


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shame·ful

 (shām′fəl)
adj.
1.
a. Causing shame; disgraceful.
b. Giving offense; indecent.
2. Obsolete Full of shame; ashamed.

shame′ful·ly adv.
shame′ful·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.shamefully - in a dishonorable manner or to a dishonorable degree; "his grades were disgracefully low"
Translations
بصورةٍ مُخْجِلَه او مُشينَه
hanebně
skammarlega
utanılacak şekilde

shamefully

[ˈʃeɪmfəlɪ] ADVvergonzosamente
shamefully ignoranttan ignorante que da/daba vergüenza
they are shamefully underpaidse les paga terriblemente mal, tienen un sueldo de vergüenza

shamefully

[ˈʃeɪmfʊli] adv (= disgracefully) [neglected, ignored, deserted] → honteusement

shamefully

advschändlich; he is shamefully ignorantes ist eine Schande, wie wenig er weiß

shame

(ʃeim) noun
1. (often with at) an unpleasant feeling caused by awareness of guilt, fault, foolishness or failure. I was full of shame at my rudeness; He felt no shame at his behaviour.
2. dishonour or disgrace. The news that he had accepted bribes brought shame on his whole family.
3. (with a) a cause of disgrace or a matter for blame. It's a shame to treat a child so cruelly.
4. (with a) a pity. What a shame that he didn't get the job!
verb
1. (often with into) to force or persuade to do something by making ashamed. He was shamed into paying his share.
2. to cause to have a feeling of shame. His cowardice shamed his parents.
ˈshameful adjective
disgraceful. shameful behaviour.
ˈshamefully adverb
ˈshamefulness noun
ˈshameless adjective
1. without shame; blatant. a shameless liar; shameless deception.
2. not modest. a shameless woman.
ˈshamelessly adverb
ˈshamelessness noun
ˈshamefaced adjective
showing shame or embarrassment. He was very shamefaced about his mistake.
put to shame
to make feel ashamed of something or to make seem to be of poor quality by showing greater excellence. Your beautiful drawing puts me/mine to shame.
to my/his etc shame
it is a cause of shame to me, him etc that. To my shame, my daughter always beats me at chess.
References in classic literature ?
The Goat, envying the Ass on account of his greater abundance of food, said, "How shamefully you are treated: at one time grinding in the mill, and at another carrying heavy burdens"; and he further advised him to pretend to be epileptic and fall into a ditch and so obtain rest.
Then the boy got off and gave him a hard thrashing, and knocked him about the head; then he got up again and tried to make him leap the gate, kicking him all the time shamefully, but still the pony refused.
So these men, when they have promised great matters, and failed most shamefully, yet (if they have the perfection of boldness) they will but slight it over, and make a turn, and no more ado.
Frank Churchill's confession of having behaved shamefully was the first thing to call for more than a word in passing.
My father may have been very foolish - I suppose he was really worse than foolish - but I think that he was most abominably and shamefully treated, and so long as I live I shall never forgive those who were responsible for it.
But, though so little had seemed to happen, and though our walking record was shamefully modest, yet, imperceptible as the transition had been, we were, quite insensibly indeed, and unacknowledged, in a very different relation to each other than when we had started out from the Morning Star.
Oh, what a terrible thing is fear, and how shamefully I yielded to it
He felt that he could not turn aside from himself the hatred of men, because that hatred did not come from his being bad (in that case he could have tried to be better), but from his being shamefully and repulsively unhappy.
And I spoke of you shamefully, Eustace, after you had gone, to the hired nurse who attends on me.
What traits of character must a man have to enable him to help three thousand miscreants to hiss, and jeer, and laugh at one friendless old woman, and shamefully humiliate her?
If you haven't read his book your education has been shamefully neglected, and you must repair the omission at once.
I've neglected you shamefully this summer, honey, but all my other correspondents have been neglected, too.