Origin of humiliation
Examples from the Web for self-humiliation
It was the self-humiliation of the government of peace before the Genius of War.
There is an abiding consciousness of degradation—a secret pain or self-humiliation visible in the lines of the mouth and eye.
I am ready to acknowledge them all with self-humiliation more poignant than the sarcasms of my bitterest enemies.Tales And Novels, Volume 8 (of 10)|Maria Edgeworth
What self-humiliation should this law cause us, when we think what we are!The Expositor's Bible: The Book of Leviticus|S H Kellogg
What they really ask is that Ireland should begin her career of autonomy with a formal act of self-humiliation.The Open Secret of Ireland|T. M. Kettle
Word Origin and History for self-humiliation
late 14c., from Late Latin humiliationem (nominative humiliatio) "humbling, humiliation," noun of action from past participle stem of humiliare "to humble," from humilis "humble" (see humble).