стыд ; позор ; срам ; бесславие; неприятность ; досада ;
стыдить; пристыдить; совестить; позорить; посрамить; осрамить
- J. didn't work nights and we had so much to talk about that it seemed a shame to waste precious time in sleep.
- Shame, thought Jay, that was very pleasant.
- This geographical separation and disguised label reflects the old-fashioned and long-standing shame and stigma attached to all sexual matters, but in particular to the venereal diseases.
- (Even Mrs Abercrombie, once when Amy was out and I changed her sheets, cried like a baby from shame.)
- As the roundabout was pulled along it revolved and it was a shame that the lead horses used as the gallopers were so brittle.
- "What a shame!" exclaimed Carol.
- She didn't know how she would live with the shame when it began to show.
- When a Masai killed a European farmer in the Sanya corridor - from which the Masai had been evicted - in 1955, it was the shame and distress of all the other Masai which were emphasized by the administration.
- And He knew she'd paid sorely for having Jenny, paid in her own shame at being caught by a married man at her age, paid in being the cause of her death.
- Shame on me.
- But it took some getting at, the core of the physical jungle, the dark and deepest recess of organic shame.
- I do not like the graphic novel, and for a new work from a successful author to come only in this form seems to me a shame.
- This inordinate attention to the past arises from both shame and pride.