English words and Examples of Usage

use "shame" in a sentence

It would all be a shame to see it come to an end, he said."

But there is no shame in Gordon not going out on top of the sport.

There were people beneath that church, and it's a shame," he said.

This is where the heroes are buried and it is a shame," Babu said.

The only shame is that Cassell's isn't open for an after hours bite.

When she and Matt McGorry collaborated on a "walk of no shame" video.

Christi said that being outed “carried such a shame” for her husband.

It's a shame they didn't come up with this beak-in-a-lab method sooner.

It's just a shame no one in the movie ever really tells her that.

The couple has no shame, just pride in what they've been able to achieve.

Many families kept the conditions hidden, fearing stigma and shame.

Blatter has blamed others for bringing shame and humiliation on the sport.

It's a shame if Rory were to miss the Open, which it looks like he might."

The mark of shame was wiped off the old philosopher’s brow, his exile ended.

Although we all laughed at the time, it was with a bit of shifty-eyed shame.

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