Definition for humiliating (2 of 2)
verb (used with object), hu·mil·i·at·ed, hu·mil·i·at·ing.
Origin of humiliate
Examples from the Web for humiliating
In a humiliating turn of events, the ruble has lost about half its value against the dollar so far this year.
But in Hebron you see what it means in its most humiliating manifestation.
All of which, among other humiliating acts, are recounted in My Crazy Love.‘My Crazy Love’ Reveals the Craziest Lies People Tell for Love|Kevin Fallon|November 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Divorce ensued, along with a deluge of humiliating media coverage.
Hearing that is a lot easier than hearing something else, but it is not less, well, humiliating and scary, I guess.
For Kitty, too, had just passed through a humiliating and disappointing experience.When A Man's A Man|Harold Bell Wright
You are not content with humiliating our generals and putting innocent men in prisons.The Crisis, Complete|Winston Churchill
I cried bitterly the first time Will went to a pawn-shop; it seemed so humiliating to have him do it.My Actor-Husband|Anonymous
The good genius of Burr did not desert him at the hour of this, his second humiliating ordeal.A Dream of Empire|William Henry Venable
The concession, however, as it stood, was most humiliating to the Sultan.The Turkish Empire, its Growth and Decay|Lord Eversley
British Dictionary definitions for humiliating
Word Origin for humiliate
Word Origin and History for humiliating
1530s, perhaps a back-formation from humiliation. Related: Humiliated; humiliating; humiliatingly.