Part of speech:
Loss of one's reputation; shame and dishonor; infamy
A person or thing that brings shame, dishonor, or reproach (to one, etc.)
Sorrow felt for another's suffering or misfortune; compassion; sympathy
(Psychology) A bleeding spot on the skin considered to be a manifestation of conversion disorder.
(Law) Loss of character and of certain civil rights sustained by a person convicted of an infamous crime
Loss of honor, respect, or reputation.
Social or moral proprieties.
A keen feeling of mental unease, as of annoyance or embarrassment, caused by failure, disappointment, or a disconcerting event:
A courteous expression of regret, especially at having to decline an invitation.
The definition of a blot is a spot or stain, whether physical or on a person's character.
Damage to one's reputation; loss of respect or status; disgrace; dishonor
To cause to feel shame, humiliation, chagrin, etc.; injure the pride or self-respect of
Mock is to tease someone or make someone the object of scorn, or to mimic or imitate someone to get laughs or to insult the person.
To hurt the pride or dignity of by causing to be or seem foolish or contemptible; mortify
To cause to feel self-conscious, confused, and ill at ease; disconcert; fluster
To upset the composure of; embarrass; confuse
(Archaic) To defeat; overthrow
To cause (an organic compound) to undergo degradation.
The definition of abase means to make someone lower, either by making him feel humiliated or by actually demoting his position.
Due regard for something considered important or authoritative:
Proper respect for oneself; sense of one's own dignity or worth; self-respect
To worship (a deity)
To think of or consider in a particular way:
Self-reproach for supposed inadequacy or wrongdoing.
Humble is defined as to lower the condition or position of someone or something.
Find another word for shames. In this page you can discover 29 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for shames, like: ignominies, disgraces, pities, stigmata, reproaches, obloquies, infamies, dishonors, decencies, chagrins and regrets.