Only the greedy say that greed is good and there is no shaming of the shameless.
And she was 81: her death marks a shaming lack of bravery and innovation on the part of younger comics.
And shaming is a cycle: because women are ashamed to come forward, the stigma persists, shaming more women, etc.
But can women like Ramadei succeed in using Internet shaming for more pointed acts of political good against male misbehavior?
Speaking from his home in the Vatican on Monday, Pope Francis warmed up by shaming people for enjoying their lives.
However, he succeeded in shaming the child out of these thoughts.
Of the shaming of Kunnewaaré; and of the death of the Red Knight.
There—at work, shaming the idle waste, and in use and wont to break even the Sabbath-day, is a Still!
The harshness, Paul knew, was calculated, in the hope of changing her mind by shaming her.
But there it stood again, transporting and shaming and refusing to be silenced by prayers or reproach.
Old English scamu, sceomu "feeling of guilt or disgrace; confusion caused by shame; disgrace, dishonor, insult, loss of esteem or reputation; shameful circumstance, what brings disgrace; modesty; private parts," from Proto-Germanic *skamo (cf. Old Saxon skama, Old Norse skömm, Swedish skam, Old Frisian scome, Dutch schaamte, Old High German scama, German Scham). The best guess is that this is from PIE *skem-, from *kem- "to cover" (covering oneself being a common expression of shame).
Until modern times English had a productive duplicate form in shand. An Old Norse word for it was kinnroði, literally "cheek-redness," hence, "blush of shame." Greek distinguished shame in the bad sense of "disgrace, dishonor" (aiskhyne) from shame in the good sense of "modesty, bashfulness" (aidos). To put (someone or something) to shame is mid-13c. Shame culture attested by 1947.
Old English scamian "be ashamed, blush, feel shame; cause shame," from the root of shame (n.). Cf. Old Saxon scamian, Dutch schamen, Old High German scamen, Danish skamme, Gothic skaman, German schämen sich. Related: Shamed; shaming.