Humiliate sentence examples

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  • He wanted to humiliate me because he felt humiliated.

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  • Was he trying to humiliate Lori?

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  • Why are you always trying to humiliate me?

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  • It might be worth it to humiliate the guy.

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  • Alexander had practically surrendered his authority to an incapable aristocracy, whose sole idea of ruling was systematically to oppress and humiliate the lower classes.

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  • Was it another attempt to humiliate them - her?

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  • I do not wish to utilize the fortunes of war to humiliate an honored monarch.

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  • As a soldier desiring active service he naturally chose the American post; but the apparent motive of the War Department to humiliate him aroused criticism.

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  • Josh just wanted to humiliate me by giving it to Carmen.

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  • He was compelled by public opinion to support the claims of Louis XV.'s father-inlaw Stanislaus Leszczynski, ex-king of Poland, to the Polish crown on the death of Frederick Augustus I., against the RussoAustrian candidate; but the despatch of a French expedition of 150o men to Danzig only served to humiliate France.

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  • Sultan Mahmud was to the last degree embittered against the powers which, with lively protestations of friendship, had forced him to humiliate himself before his hated vassal.

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  • The lands were resumed by the English parliament, less perhaps from a sense of justice than from a desire to humiliate the deliverer of England, and were resold to the highest bidder.

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  • But the passage of the Stamp Act hastened the catastrophe and gave the leaders of the new combination, notably Henry, an opportunity to humiliate the British ministry, whom not even the tide-water party could defend.

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  • Thompson claims it's not his intention to embarrass or humiliate Smith.

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  • I also feel bad for putting anyone in an awkward position, as it was never my intention to embarrass, humiliate or disgrace anyone, or any company.

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  • When you feel little or no inward devotion, you should especially humiliate yourself, but do not become too dejected or unreasonably sad.

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  • The format of the show allowed for plenty of opportunities for the men to do their best to spoil Tiffany as well as for Tiffany to humiliate the men.

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  • humiliate signed a humiliating treaty with the Meccans, a treaty that a number of his followers didn't like.

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  • Napoleon was dissatisfied with these terms, and although he ultimately ratified the treaty, he sent General Lannes to Lisbon as his ambassador, instructing him to humiliate the Portuguese and if possible to goad them into a renewal of the war.

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  • Unfortunately for the average fashion fan, these games have the potential to truly humiliate their player.

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  • You should never try to knowingly harm, embarrass or otherwise humiliate the "mark" or target you have chosen for your joke.

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  • It was also considered necessary to shame and humiliate the thumb sucker.

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