Reverse Word Search Lookup

Dictionary Suite
ashamed having feelings of shame, guilt, or embarrassment. [3 definitions]
blush to become red in the face as an involuntary expression of shame, confusion, or other self-conscious discomfort. [3/7 definitions]
brand a mark of disgrace or shame; stigma. [2/8 definitions]
confound to put to shame; abash. [1/6 definitions]
disgrace the state of being in disrespect, dishonor, or disfavor; shame. [3 definitions]
dishonor to cause to lose honor or reputation; disgrace; shame. [1/5 definitions]
embarrass to shame, disconcert, make ill at ease, or make painfully self-conscious. [1/5 definitions]
embarrassed experiencing, expressing, or marked by feelings of shame, painful self-consciousness, or unease. [1/2 definitions]
embarrassing causing or accompanied by feelings of shame, painful self-consciousness, or unease.
hangdog pertaining to an appearance of shame, dejection, or humiliation.
humiliating causing feelings of shame, disgrace, or deep embarrassment.
ignominious characterized by or associated with disgrace, dishonor, or shame; humiliating. [1/2 definitions]
inglorious bringing shame or disgrace; shameful; dishonorable.
mortification a feeling of embarrassment, shame, or humiliation. [1/3 definitions]
mortify to subject (someone) to extreme embarrassment, shame, or humiliation. [1/3 definitions]
opprobrious worthy of scorn or shame; disgraceful. [1/2 definitions]
opprobrium a condition of disgrace or shame; ignominy. [2/3 definitions]
prick the painful sting of guilt, shame, sorrow, or the like. [1/9 definitions]
reproach to bring disgrace upon; be a source of shame to. [2/4 definitions]
scandal someone or something that causes a general sense of shame or disgrace. [1/4 definitions]
scarlet letter formerly, a red letter "A" worn as a badge of shame by a convicted adulterer, as among U.S. Puritans.