put to shame
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|part of speech:
||to cause to feel ashamed; disgrace.
The revelations of the trial put the defendant to shame.
- abash, disgrace, dishonor, humiliate, mortify
||to make (someone or something) appear inadequate by comparison.
Your delicious cooking puts mine to shame.
- eclipse, outshine, overshadow
||burn, crush, dishonor, humble