noun, plural sha·mo·sim [shah-maw-sim]. /ʃɑˈmɔ sɪm/.
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The term “plus-size” causes anger because the distinction inherently shames the woman concerned—and it gets worse.
Look for gluten-free alternatives and be sure to read food labels carefully, suggests Lakatos Shames.10 Reasons You’re Exhausted and What to Do About It|DailyBurn|April 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Our engagement in politics is admittedly pathetic, one of the unforgivable shames of our society.
Clad in electric pink saris, the all-female gang shames abusive husbands and corrupt politicians.
During the campaign, Chinese of all ages were asked to memorize the Eight Honors and Eight Shames.
They have redeemed Dublin from many shames, and made her name splendid among the names of cities.The Sinn Fein rebellion As I Saw It.|Mrs. Hamilton Norway
All the same, the child's thought shames me that I've never done anything for the poor old thing; and she won't harm me.Sowing and Sewing|Charlotte Mary Yonge
The way those Australians do business shames us old-country folk.Ravenshoe|Henry Kingsley
It ‘comes of no ignoble lineage,’ he says, ‘nor shames its high descent.’Life of John Keats|Sidney Colvin
He shames me before the neighbours, talking that familiar with common men.Mrs. Bindle|Hebert Jenkins