(1) Later on, it was my mum who would bang on about people being lesbians and I would be pleased but still rather abashed to hear the words.
(2) Do not feel abashed, faithful correspondent, for it is not your fault.
(3) Hytner seems genuinely abashed at the suggestion he's made it look easy.
(4) "I saw Katie Price here on TV," she says, a touch abashed.
(a.) Affected by shame; abashed or confused by guilt, or a conviction or consciousness of some wrong action or impropriety.
(1) Every Indigenous person has felt it Read more But on Friday he received the high-profile support of billionaire James Packer who said the booing had made him “ashamed to be Australian”.
(2) If that's something to boast about, then living off inherited wealth must be something to be ashamed of.
(3) Significant differences (p less than 0.05-p less than 0.01) were found, suggesting that the Eastern mothers strongly expressed their shame, whereas the Western mothers 'felt ashamed' to express it at all.
(4) But I felt ashamed because the other boys seemed much stronger and firmer than I had been ...
(5) Time and again they said to me: ‘I knew I shouldn’t, but I had to weigh it up against what was happening, and it was the lesser of two evils.’ Years later many of these women are still ashamed of themselves.
(6) The government should be ashamed that it has got the point where volunteers have been necessary to ease the burden.” A DoH spokeswoman said it had given the NHS an extra £400m to help the service cope with additional demand.
(7) ActionAid's devastating research makes us ashamed to be British.
(8) It was not something that was talked about.” Thomson added: “It was mercifully quick and I remember first of all feeling surprise, then fear, then horror as I realised I quite simply couldn’t escape – because he was stronger than me, and there was no sense even initially of any sexual desire from him, which I suppose, looking back, again I find odd.” The MP said she had felt “absolutely numbed” and ashamed but told no one about the incident.
(9) Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood tackled him on the subject during the seven-way discussion, saying it was scaremongering and that he should be ashamed of himself.
(10) The distillery sold more than one million cases of Glenfiddich, but Trump continued: "Glenfiddich should be ashamed of themselves for granting this award to Forbes, just for the sake of publicity.
(11) He talks about the people he and his regular writer Paul Laverty met while doing their research: the young lad with nothing in his fridge who hadn’t eaten properly for three days; the woman ashamed of attending food banks; the man told to queue for a casual shift at 5.30am, then sent home an hour later because he wasn’t needed.
(12) Should we feel ashamed about these limits of national will, as Paddy Ashdown said yesterday ?
(13) A lot of people will feel ashamed to invest in Uganda.
(14) As we tumble further into recession and insecurity, Labour's legacy is that the people who are ashamed of the growing inequality of their incomes are not the wealthy, but those left trailing in their wake.
(15) It's the season of the dress code - so instead of teaching girls math or literature, schools are enforcing arbitrary and sexist rules that teach them to be ashamed of their bodies.
(16) "I said, 'You should be ashamed of yourselves,'" Justine says.
(17) Distressed, ashamed and hopeless – the experience of being ‘fit for work’ | Dawn Howley Read more Tom Pollard, the policy and campaigns manager at the mental health charity Mind , said: “This worrying study shines a light on the damaging impact the work capability assessments can have on people’s mental health.
(18) Then lead singer Natalie Maines said: "Just so you know, we're ashamed that the president of the United States is from Texas."
(19) I have seen their ideas and I am ashamed to even be American,” he is said to have written.
(20) 8.33pm GMT I am ashamed to admit that Sue just guessed that using the sonics together like this would get them out of this mess.