- Feeling shame or guilt.
- 1560, [William Whittingham et al., transl.], The Bible and Holy Scriptures Conteyned in the Olde and Newe Testament. […] (the Geneva Bible), Geneva: Printed by Rouland Hall, OCLC 557472409, Isaiah XLII:17, folio 298, verso:
- They ſhal be turned backe : they ſhal be greatly aſhamed, that truſt in grauẽ images, and ſay to the molten images, Ye are our gods.
- 1618, John Fletcher, “The Loyal Subject”, in Fifty Comedies and Tragedies, London: J. Macock, published 1679, Act V, scene vi, page 279:
- Good Sir pardon me, / I feel ſufficiently my follies penance, / And am aſham’d, that ſhame a thouſand ſorrows / Feed on continually, would I had never ſeen her, / Or with a clearer judgement look’d upon her, / She was too good for me, ſo heavenly good Sir, / Nothing but Heaven can love that ſoul ſufficiently, / Where I ſhall ſee her once again.
- 1859, Horace Mann, Address at Antioch College:
- Be ashamed to die until you have won some victory for humanity.
feeling shame or guilt
- simple past tense and past participle of