ashamedly


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Related to ashamedly: shamefully
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Antonyms for ashamedly

with a feeling of shame

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And suddenly, ashamedly, that author could no longer staunch his tears.
In their addresses Almas Bobby strongly berated the finalization and issue of arrest of BBs killers despite a lapse of 3 years, and demanded that the assassin of Benazir couldnt be a male (in spirit and demeanour; for he had ashamedly assassinated a woman).
In their addresses Almas Bobby strongly berated the finalization and issue of arrest of BB's killers despite a lapse of 3 years, and demanded that the assassin of Benazir couldn't be a male (in spirit and demeanour; for he had ashamedly assassinated a woman).
Each time the enraged Count caught him red-handed, he would only cower ashamedly.
Approaching the fallen monarch, I was surprised by the "ground shrinkage" that occurred, and I will ashamedly admit to feeling more than a twinge of resentment as I realized my serious error in judgment.
Later in an interview with Jay Leno, Kanye apologized and ashamedly acknowledged that his mother would have been disappointed.
Now I think about it, somewhat ashamedly, [alcohol intake] is not part of my routine questions and it ought to be.
Bud is an impostor living a borrowed life; ashamedly taking handouts from his working-class father while protesting the manner in which the charity is offered, belying, as Carl might say, his understanding of the value of money but not of work.
While all the freedom-loving people in the world, even those who are not Muslim, were condemning the Israeli brutality against the Palestinian people in Gaza, "the so-called Reformist students in Iran were ashamedly condoning the Zionist aggression.
But the presence of superstar Dolly is such that I feel wretched about contradicting her and ashamedly just nod - more befitting an autograph hunter than journalist.
12) Smith does, however, ashamedly remember Nokes's fairy queen when he visits the real Queen.
And, ashamedly, I must admit that this was the first time I had experienced any meaningful art-centered dialogue with many of them.
I could not agree more that these hardworking people performed tasks that I, ashamedly, would find very hard to do myself.
I'm used to all these things, but now I can't cope with them because I've seen there's another way, another world even, one that this time yesterday I was blissfully, if a little ashamedly, submerged in.
The look makes Yukiko lower her eyes ashamedly, then blurt out that she has come as a messenger from the Agriculture and Forestry Department.