humiliated, past tense; humiliated, past participle; humiliates, 3rd person singular present; humiliating, present participle;
Make (someone) feel ashamed and foolish by injuring their dignity and self-respect, esp. publicly
you'll humiliate me in front of the whole school!
cause to feel shame; hurt the pride of; "He humiliated his colleague by criticising him in front of the boss"
(humiliated) broken: subdued or brought low in condition or status; "brought low"; "a broken man"; "his broken spirit"
(humiliated) embarrassed: made to feel uncomfortable because of shame or wounded pride; "too embarrassed to say hello to his drunken father on the street"; "humiliated that his wife had to go out to work"; "felt mortified by the comparison with her sister"
(humiliating) demeaning: causing awareness of your shortcomings; "golf is a humbling game"
(humiliation) state of disgrace or loss of self-respect
(humiliation) chagrin: strong feelings of embarrassment
(humiliation) an instance in which you are caused to lose your prestige or self-respect; "he had to undergo one humiliation after another"
(humiliation) depriving one of self-esteem
(Humiliates) Humiliation (also called stultification) is the abasement of pride, which creates mortification or leads to a state of being humbled or reduced to lowliness or submission. ...
To injure a person's dignity and self-respect
(humiliated) deprived of dignity or self-respect
(humiliating) Liable to humiliate, degrade, shame or embarrass someone
(Humiliation) An abuser will do everything he or she can to make you feel bad about yourself or defective in some way. After all, if you believe you're worthless and that no one else will want you, you're less likely to leave. ...
To hurt the pride or dignity of by causing to appear foolish or unworthy.