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humbled

[ huhm-buhld, uhm- ]
/ ˈhʌm bəld, ˈʌm- /
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adjective
made less proud, especially by awe or admiration, or by gratitude for help received, an undeserved advantage or honor, etc.: The land is a perpetual gift; I am humbled like a stranger who is invited to dinner and fed the best food in the house.
lowered in condition, power, or dignity; abased: NATO air strikes and tightening sanctions finally brought the humbled aggressors to the negotiating table.
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OTHER WORDS FROM humbled

un·hum·bled, adjective
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