humiliate


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embarrass

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to deprive of esteem, self-worth, or effectiveness

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We wanted an employer with the capacity to recruit and manage the welfare of the teachers and not one that would be used to humiliate, bully and hurt teachers, said Mr Sossion.
The judge said the defendant posted the pic-ture 'solely to humiliate' the victim and also imposed a restraining order on Pinkney.
To prove him wrong she enrols at Harvard, but finds herself out of her depth as other students do their best to humiliate her.
KHARTOUM - Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir Saturday hailed the International Criminal Court's suspension of its investigations into alleged war crimes in Darfur, accusing it of trying to "humiliate and subjugate" his country.
The MNA added that his arrest was deliberately carried out in order to humiliate an elected representative of the people.
Workers told WAFA that soldiers manning the checkpoint throw coffee at them, verbally abuse and humiliate them and delay them for hours when they try to cross the checkpoint to reach their work places in Israel.
It was her fourth appearance on the show, and there was no other reason for her being on it, other than to mock and humiliate her.
This humiliation ceremony of Turkish citizens is a routine matter." Officials in Ankara said in response that Israel was first to humiliate passengers, adding that Turkish tourists were harassed at Ben-Gurion International Airport on Sunday evening, hours before the incident at Istanbul's airport the next morning, Haaretz said.
"It's illegal to humiliate prisoners in this way," he said.
This is written intentionally by a person who wants to humiliate us,a€Y Dharmaki said.
The reason was not because they wanted to humiliate their sisters or their monks, although it looked like that from the outside.
Defined as "words that are used as weapons to ambush, terrorize, wound, humiliate, and degrade" (Cowan, Resendez, Marshall, & Quist, 2002, p.
This proves that Miss Temple doesn't need the Cabinet Office to humiliate her, she is quite good at doing the job herself.
But powerful and durable liturgy owes more to our uncertainties and our hungers, which humiliate us by nature; flattering language is worth very little next to language that allows that humiliation its place.