häpeä englanniksi   reproach fi, abashment fi, ignominy fi, shame fi, embarrassment fi


*: if ye be reproached for the name of Christ

*: That this newcomer, Shame, / There sit not, and reproach us as unclean.

*: Mezentius ... with his ardour warmed / His fainting friends, reproached their shameful flight, / Repelled the victors.

*: I thought your marriage fit; else imputation, / For that he knew you, might reproach your life.

*: It was tribal, almost relentless and, in the case of the official England band, there was a degree of ignominy, too, for repeatedly playing a tune for which the words go “Fuck the IRA”, something that could lead to a full breakdown of their relationship with the FA.

*: Calvin: Our great plan backfired and Im the one who got soaked! Oh, the shame! The ignominy!

: ux|en|When I realized that I had hurt my friend, I felt deep shame.

: ux|en|The teenager couldn’t bear the shame of introducing his parents.

*: Have you no modesty, no maiden shame?

: ux|en|It was a shame not to see the show after driving all that way.

*: guides who are the shame of religion

*: And what you do to me is a shame.

*: Ye have borne the shame of the heathen.

*: Honour and shame from no condition rise.

*: And every woe a tear can claim / Except an erring sisters shame.

*: guides who are the shame of religion

: Cover your shame!

: rfquotek|Bible, Isa. xlvii. 3

*: Mr John Golding: One would not realise that it came from the same Government, because in that letter the Under-Secretary states: "The future of BTs pension scheme is a commercial matter between BT, its workforce, and the trustees of the pensions scheme, and the Government cannot give any guarantees about future pension arrangements."

*: Mr. Charles R. Morris: Shame.

*: [...] the Duke of Dorset charged in the list with "not known, but supposed forty thousand per year" (charitable supposition) had when formerly in office only about 3 or £4,000, and has not now, nor when the black list was printed, any office whatever -- (Much tumult, and cries of "shame" and "doust the liars")

: Shame, you poor thing, you must be cold!

*: Broder she said I can not telle yow For it was not done by me nor by myn assente / For he is my lord and I am his / and he must be myn husband / therfore my broder I wille that ye wete I shame me not to be with hym / nor to doo hym alle the pleasyr that I can

*: I do shame / To think of what a noble strain you are.

: I was shamed by the teachers public disapproval.

*: Were there but one righteous in the world, he would...shame the world, and not the world him.

*: And with foul cowardice his carcass shame.

*: Ye have shamed the counsel of the poor, because the LORD is his refuge.

: Kevin, you are an embarrassment to this family.

: Losing this highly publicized case was an embarrassment to the firm.

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