For a popular president, it was an unprecedented humiliation.
Surely any real smoker would happily put up with such humiliation in order to get their fix.
Hazing depends on inspiring fear and humiliation by making people do dangerous, physically intrusive things against their will.
The ruling saves the general from the humiliation of having his fingerprints and police mugshot taken.
One caller expressed his humiliation at being pulled off a flight.
It was an unlikely triumph wrested from a moment of national humiliation.
At last, it is possible to relive the humiliation of childhood piano lessons all over again.
The college president may be berated for the humiliation.
And negatively criticizing somebody in the spirit of humiliation is not helpful.
They thrive on humiliation and find truth in naïveté.
Word Origin and History for humiliation
late 14c., from O.Fr. humiliation, from L.L. humiliationem (nom. humiliatio) "humbling, humiliation," from L. humiliare "to humble," from humilis "humble." Humiliate is c.1533, a back-formation of this.