humble|humbled|humbles|humbling in English


[hum·ble || 'hʌmbl]

humiliate, embarrass, shame; subdue, abase

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1. The Proud Will Be Abased Humbling Oneself Being Humble humbleness Humble Yourself humble Humility And Pride Pride, Evil Of Ambition, negative aspects of

2. Abasement (countable and uncountable, plural Abasements) The act of abasing, humbling, or bringing low. [Mid 16th century.] The state of being abased or humbled; humiliation.

3. (WEY) Luke 18:14 "I tell you that this man went home more thoroughly Absolved from guilt than the other; for every one who uplifts himself will be humbled, but he who humbles himself will be uplifted."

4. I felt proud, humbled.

5. Golf is a humbling game.

6. He dreamed of humbling his opponent.

7. Abased may be defined as “Lowered; humbled

8. Prime Minister your prescience is humbling!

9. I felt humbled by the assignment.

10. Arrogantly Humble Brand Arrogantly Humble Brand

11. Repentance indeed is humbling—but not frightening.

12. I was deeply impressed and humbled.

13. Instead, I had a very humbling experience.

14. So, humbling as it was, I began again.

15. This was a very humbling time for him.

16. Giving up an addiction is a humbling experience.

17. I'm humbled that Jiro respects my taste.

18. Hezekiah humbled himself and regained God’s favor

19. It will be a humbling experience all round.

20. Michael’s scandal a humbling experience for Basilian Fathers

21. The sheer size of the icebergs is humbling.

22. A certain humbling from time to time is good.

23. That's humble.

24. He humbles proud people, and he can give a kingdom to whomever he wants.’

25. He was Chastened [=humbled] by his team's defeat