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Being Doing Feeling > Feelings > Shame


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abashedly (Adv.) ABASHED, ashamed.
abashment the state of being abashed.
aidos (Greek) shame, modesty.
ashame (Arch.) to shame.
ashamed feeling shame, guilt, or disgrace.
ashamedly (Adv.) ASHAMED, feeling shame.
ashamedness the state of being ashamed.
beshame (Arch.) to put to shame.
besti (Hinglish) in India, shame.
compunctious arising from remorse or regret.
compunctiously (Adv.) COMPUNCTIOUS, arising from remorse or regret.
doghanged shamefaced.
embarras (Fr.) an embarrassment.
ignominious marked by disgrace or shame.
ignominiously (Adv.) IGNOMINIOUS, marked by disgrace or shame.
ignominy deep personal humiliation and disgrace.
ignomy (Shakesp.) deep personal humiliation and disgrace.
pudency (Shakesp.) modesty, shamefacedness.
pudeur (Fr.) a sense of shame or embarrassment.
pudor (Obs.) a sense of shame.
remorse deep anguish caused by a sense of guilt.
repentance the act of repenting.
scundered (Irish dialect) embarrassed.
shame to cause to feel a painful sense of guilt or degradation.