verb (used with object), hu·mil·i·at·ed, hu·mil·i·at·ing.
Origin of humiliate
Examples from the Web for humiliate
The same massive evidence trove body cameras create can, if used selectively, humiliate and indict average citizens.Your Arrest Video Is Going Online. Who Will See It?|Jacob Siegel|September 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
More girls are reporting their boyfriends stalk them via text message or threaten to humiliate them with social media.Digital Harassment Is the New Means of Domestic Abuse|Keli Goff|February 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In the video, Al Sabawi, the father, tears the PA a new one for attempting to humiliate him and forgetting who the real enemy is.
For most of them, this vote is a chance to humiliate Obama before the entire world.
A chance to humiliate him not just in front of the Fox News audience, but the entire world!
She tried on all occasions, and in every possible way, to humiliate him.The Waif of the "Cynthia"|Andr Laurie and Jules Verne
Her amused incredulity of the whole strange scene now gave way to a furious anger that he could dare so to humiliate her.Robert Annys: Poor Priest|Annie Nathan Meyer
You're just trying to humiliate us because you know you have the upper hand.Fifty Contemporary One-Act Plays|Various
The half-savage barbarians, with their ignorance and naturally low instincts, were intended to humiliate the refined gentleman.The Witch of Salem|John R. Musick
Look, there is the dress I was going to wear, that you wished to humiliate me with.Plays: Comrades; Facing Death; Pariah; Easter|August Strindberg
British Dictionary definitions for humiliate
Word Origin for humiliate
Word Origin and History for humiliate
1530s, perhaps a back-formation from humiliation. Related: Humiliated; humiliating; humiliatingly.