Louise is the daughter of a rich man but she is not ashamed
cried Emma, putting her hand before her face, and jumping up, "you make me more ashamed
of myself than I can bear.
After that, when we went in to supper, the place and the meal would have a more homely look than ever, and I would feel more ashamed
of home than ever, in my own ungracious breast.
I have always considered myself cleverer than any of the people surrounding me, and sometimes, would you believe it, have been positively ashamed
At this very moment everything is standing awry to my eyes, for a man needs only to work late overnight in his writing of something or other for, in the morning, his eyes to be red, and the tears to be gushing from them in a way that makes him ashamed
to be seen before strangers.
And he had many popular characteristics,--being a kind warm-hearted man, not ashamed
of his low origin nor haughty in his present elevation.
Sir,--I hope you will excuse this liberty; I am forced upon it by the greatest distress, or I should be ashamed
to trouble you.
He is apprenticed to the miller, whatever it was, and is a good bashful fellow, always falling in love with somebody and being ashamed
I really am quite ashamed
of my idleness; but in this horrid place one can find time for nothing.
These Neapolitans always ask four times as much money as they intend to take, but if you give them what they first demand, they feel ashamed
of themselves for aiming so low, and immediately ask more.
He got up at last, exhausted and ashamed
, and washed his face.
You will be properly ashamed
of yourself for having injured such a--such a sheep" (he could not find a better word).
You came rushing into the drawing room so that everyone felt ashamed
He made no display of humility on the subject, but in his heart he felt rather ashamed
that his conduct had shown laches which others who did not get benefices were free from.
Of course, such tiny heads could not contain any great amount of brains, and the Whimsies were so ashamed
of their personal appearance and lack of commonsense that they wore big heads made of pasteboard, which they fastened over their own little heads.