verb (used with object), hu·mil·i·at·ed, hu·mil·i·at·ing.
Origin of humiliate
Examples from the Web for humiliated
But not until Gregory Peck is humiliated and walks out do we cut high and long to show his exit.
But below the surfaces of many of his films, rude, angry sex simmered; cool, icy blondes were tied up, handcuffed, humiliated.
During their incarceration, they were humiliated and forced to confess on national television.Iran Court Sentences ‘Happy’ Dancers to 6 months and 91 Lashes|IranWire|September 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I watched the pilot before I shot it, just to remind myself where she had been and how humiliated she was.Julianna Margulies's Favorite 'The Good Wife' Scenes|Julianna Margulies|August 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
South Korea humiliated Italy with great determination and well-deserved good fortune.
He held her by her arms and put her from him, and she trembled in all her body, humiliated and rebuked.The Helpmate|May Sinclair
The patriarchal ruler has given way to the conquering chief; conquest has humiliated some and exalted others.
You've affronted and mortified me and humiliated me beyond endurance.The Adventures of a Modest Man|Robert W. Chambers
He felt that not only had she humiliated him but herself as well.The Patrol of the Sun Dance Trail|Ralph Connor
Nor did Sir John neglect to take revenge upon those old enemies that had so defied and humiliated him.Virginia under the Stuarts 1607-1688|Thomas J. Wertenbaker
British Dictionary definitions for humiliated
Word Origin for humiliate
Word Origin and History for humiliated
1530s, perhaps a back-formation from humiliation. Related: Humiliated; humiliating; humiliatingly.