My friend immediately replied that he is there, protesting, in order not to be ashamed when wearing a kippah.
And shaming is a cycle: because women are ashamed to come forward, the stigma persists, shaming more women, etc.
Most of them whispered their stories because they were too ashamed to speak out loud.
For the first time since I put my acceptance letter in the mail, I woke up this morning ashamed of my alma mater.
These three really should be ashamed of themselves, trying to pump this into some huge scandal.
Do you think he's—do you think he's pleased with her, and yet ashamed of it?
Some of us will have to be ashamed of our outcry after our dead.
"Troth, Mr. Macgregor, it's not a name to be ashamed of," answered Alan.
She was a Christian from childhood, but she said that she was ashamed to claim the name.
If he had the chance he would live from now on so that if she were alive she need not be ashamed!
Old English asceamed "feeling shame, filled with shame," past participle of ascamian "to feel shame," from a- intensive prefix + scamian "be ashamed, blush; cause shame" (see shame (v.)). The verb is obsolete, but the past participle lives on. Meaning "reluctant through fear of shame" is c.1300.