- shame on you,
Origin of shameful
Examples from the Web for shamefully
And Sharpton, Jackson, Holder, and yes, Obama, too, are shamefully silent.As Michael Brown Grand Jury Winds Down, Is Ferguson on the Brink of War?|Ron Christie|November 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And yet shamefully, today their expression is accompanied by a request for anonymity.
Mainstream American press coverage of Russia,” Cohen writes, has been “shamefully unprofessional and politically inflammatory.
This, I confess, shamefully gave rise to momentary schadenfreude—even glee.
Republican legislation and a long ballot led to shamefully long lines in the Sunshine State.
You love me, although I raised my hand against you, and although I was shamefully cowardly when the trouble came.Fair Haven and Foul Strand|August Strindberg
He had cruelly, shamefully wronged and deceived her—what right had he to look for mercy in return?Norine's Revenge; Sir Noel's Heir|May Agnes Fleming
No attempt was made to apply the money taken for the benefit of the parishes; it was shamefully and shamelessly squandered.Social Life in England Through the Centuries|H. R. Wilton Hall
If we should try, all that would follow would be that we should play a large part ignobly and shamefully.State of the Union Addresses of Theodore Roosevelt|Theodore Roosevelt
These scenes replete with dignity, took place in that Capitulary Hall now so shamefully defiled.Led Astray and The Sphinx|Octave Feuillet
Old English scamful "modest;" see shame (n.) + -ful. Meaning "disgraceful, causing shame" is from c.1300. Related: Shamefully; shamefulness. Middle English shamely (adv.) "shamefully" for some reason has fallen from use. Old English scamlic (adj.) "shameful, disgraceful," but this also could mean "modest."