Mainstream American press coverage of Russia,” Cohen writes, has been “shamefully unprofessional and politically inflammatory.
Yet we have no better health outcomes to show for this excess expense, and shamefully leave 50 million people uninsured.
No doubt there were German Muslims who felt their religious liberty was shamefully abridged.
Republican legislation and a long ballot led to shamefully long lines in the Sunshine State.
And Sharpton, Jackson, Holder, and yes, Obama, too, are shamefully silent.
This was to them one of the wonders connected with his rising, as Simon had so shamefully denied him so shortly before.
He had been vanquished, cheated, scorned, shamefully flouted.
I shouldn't blame Chloe if she put us on short commons this morning, we are shamefully late.
She deemed herself a woman who had been shamefully deceived.
They had treated her shamefully since she had been in the East.
Old English scamful "modest;" see shame (n.) + -ful. Meaning "disgraceful, causing shame" is from c.1300. Related: Shamefully; shamefulness. Middle English shamely (adv.) "shamefully" for some reason has fallen from use. Old English scamlic (adj.) "shameful, disgraceful," but this also could mean "modest."