Embarrassed or feeling guilt because of something one has done or a characteristic one has,
Embarrassed or feeling guilt because of something one has done or a characteristic one has
you should be ashamed of yourself
she felt ashamed that she had hit him
Reluctant to do something through fear of embarrassment or humiliation
I'm ashamed to say I followed him home
I am not ashamed to be seen with them
Embarrassed or humiliated to be associated with a person
his clothes and manners made me ashamed of him
ashamed(p): feeling shame or guilt or embarrassment or remorse; "are you ashamed for having lied?"; "felt ashamed of my torn coat"
(ashamedly) with a feeling of shame
Shame is, variously, an affect, emotion, cognition, state, or condition. The roots of the word shame are thought to derive from an older word meaning to cover; as such, covering oneself, literally or figuratively, is a natural expression of shame.
(ashamedness) The state or quality of being ashamed
to fell shame; being upset or guilty because you have done something wrong
How could you say such a thing? You should be ashamed of yourself
In the Course Jesus recounts again the story of the prodigal son who squandered everything for nothing of value. The son, Jesus says, thought he had hurt his father and was ashamed to return to him. ...