(New American Roget's College Thesaurus)
n. humiliation, mortification, abashment; ignominy, reproach, disgrace, dishonor. —v. t. humiliate, mortify, abash, disgrace. See disrepute, impurity, wrong. Ant., pride, honor.
(Roget's IV) n.
1. [A disgrace]
Syn. embarrassment, stigma, blot; see disgrace 2 .
2. [A sense of wrongdoing]
Syn. bad conscience, mortification, confusion, humiliation, compunction, regret, chagrin, discomposure, irritation, remorse, stupefaction, embarrassment, abashment, self-reproach, self-reproof, self-disgust, stings of conscience, pangs of remorse; see also guilt .
3. [A condition of disgrace]
Syn. humiliation, dishonor, degradation; see disgrace 1 , scandal .
put to shame,
Syn. make ashamed, humiliate, embarrass; see shame v.
Syn. outdo, do better than, outclass, beat; see defeat 1 , 3 .
Syn. humiliate, mortify, dishonor, chasten, abash, put down*; see also disgrace , humble .
(Roget's 3 Superthesaurus)
disgrace, dishonor, humiliation, embarrassment, loss of face, chagrin, stigma, scandal, infamy, degradation, ill-repute, ignominy, pain, mortification, guilt, remorse.
ANT.: pride, self-respect
disgrace, dishonor, humiliate, embarrass, degrade, ridicule, mortify, fill with guilt, *take down a notch, debase, scandalize, *take the wind out of one's sails.
ANT.: fill with pride, compliment, honor
(Roget's Thesaurus II) I noun 1. Loss of or damage to one's reputation: bad name, bad odor, discredit, disgrace, dishonor, disrepute, humiliation, ignominy, ill repute, obloquy, odium, opprobrium. See RESPECT. 2. A great disappointment or regrettable fact: crime, pity. Slang: bummer. Idiom: a crying shame. See GOOD. II verb 1. To cause to feel embarrassment, dishonor, and often guilt: reproach. Idioms: put to shame, put to the blush. See RESPECT. 2. To damage in reputation: discredit, disgrace, dishonor. Idiom: be a reproach to. See RESPECT.

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