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Synonyms for humiliate




Synonyms for humiliate

to deprive of esteem, self-worth, or effectiveness

Synonyms for humiliate

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Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India] September 10 ( ANI ): The Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) on Sunday said that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) Government is trying hard to humiliate the Congress Party and others for political gains.
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.
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.
Checking authorities in Kyrgyzstan humiliate businessmen, who pay taxes and support the country, Prime Minister Almazbek Atambaev said at the meeting of the Council for Business Development and Investments on February 16.
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.
To watch an Irishman talk to some of the world's most famous people, and then humiliate an American.
The reason was not because they wanted to humiliate their sisters or their monks, although it looked like that from the outside.
But I think - and this is directed at my dear coach - that you should not humiliate players for too long.
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.
Perhaps hoping to humiliate Carter, the militants delayed their release until the day of Reagan's inauguration, January 20.
But that would humiliate the individual sailors, not the United States.
He said that the officers had asked him if there was anything in the constitution which allowed anyone to humiliate any institution.