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[hjuːmˈɪlɪˌe͡ɪt], [hjuːmˈɪlɪˌe‍ɪt], [h_j_uː_m_ˈɪ_l_ɪ__ˌeɪ_t]

Synonyms for Humiliate:

humble (verb)

abash, discomfit, disconcert, embarrass, faze, humble, mortify.

ridicule (verb)

burlesque, caricature, denigrate, deprecate, deride, gibe, insult, jeer, jest, joke, kid, mimic, mock, quip, rag, razz, ride, ridicule, roast, scoff, sneer, taunt.

shame (verb)

debunk, disgrace, dishonor, expose, malign, ostracize, pillory, scandalize, shame, show up, stigmatize, vilify.

Other synonyms and related words:

Vilipend, abase, abasement, abject, abjectly, abuse, affront, anger, annoy, ashame, base, basely, be obstructed, beat down, belittle, bemean, bend, bend back, bewilder, blister, blot, blue, brand, break, break down, bring down, bring into discredit, bring low, bring shame upon, bring to terms, bully, bust, call names, cast down, cast reproach upon, censure, chagrin, charge, chaste, chasten, cheapen, coerce, come down, common, condescend, confound, confuse, conquer, contemn, contempt, contemptible, cough up, crush, crushed, cut, cut down to size, debase, deep, defame, defeat, deflate, defrock, degradation, degrade, degraded, degrading, degradingly, deign, dejected, demean, denounce, deny, deplete, deplume, depreciate, depreciation, depress, depressed, derogate, derogatorily, despicable, despondent, deteriorate, detract, detraction, devaluate, devalue, devastate, diminish, dirtily, discombobulate, discompose, discountenance, discredit, disdain, disesteem, disfavor, disgraced, disgraceful, disgracefully, disgracer, disgraces, disgruntle, dishearten, dishonorable, dishonour, dismiss, disoblige, disorder, disparage, disparagement, dispirit, displease, displume, disrepute, distress, disturb, do in, dominate, downcast, downgrade, download, downplay, drive, dump on, embarrassingly, enslave, enthral, fall, feel wronged, fleer, fleer at, floor, flout, fluster, force, fork out, fret, frown down, gall, gangrene, gentle, get down, get off, get out, gibe at, give offence, give offense to, gloomy, go down, go down to, humiliated, humiliating, humiliatingly, humiliation, hurl a brickbat, hurt, hurt feelings, ignominiously, ignominy, impoverish, improperly, impute shame to, in the wrong, inequity, inexpensive, infamous, infamously, inferior, ingloriously, inhibit, iniquity, injure, injustice, intimate, irritate, jeer at, jibe at, let down, libel, look down on, lose face, low, lower, lower the tone, make a fool of, make ashamed, make submissive, make subservient, master, meanly, menially, miff, miserable, mortifyingly, necrose, needle, nettle, nonplus, offend, oppress, opprobriously, opprobrium, outdo, outrage, overcome, overmaster, overpower, overwhelm, pain, pan, patronise, patronize, peg, pique, play down, pool strength together, provoke, pull, pull down, push, put, put back up, put out, put out of countenance, put to shame, quash, quell, rankle, rattle, rebuff, rebuke, reduce, reflect discredit upon, reject, render humble, repress, reprimand, reproach, reproof, rile, rip, ruffle, rug, satirize, scandalous, scandalously, scoff at, scorn, set down, settle hash, shameful, shamefully, shatter, shock, shocking, silence, sink, slam, slap down, slavishly, slight, smear, snub, sordidly, sphacelate, spiritless, spot, squalidly, squash, squelch, stain, stigmas, stoop, strike dumb, subdue, subject, subjugate, subordinately, suppress, take, take aback, take down, take down a peg, talk down to, tear down, trample underfoot, tread down, tread underfoot, treat as inferior, treat condescendingly, treat harshly, treat with indignity, turn down, twit, tyrannize, unbecome, unbecomingly, undergo necrosis, unfrock, unman, unsettle, unsuccessfully, upset, vanquish, vex, vilely, vitiate, wither.

Rhymes for Humiliate:

  1. affiliate;

Quotes for Humiliate:

  1. In laughter we always find an unavowed intention to humiliate and consequently to correct our neighbour. Henri Bergson.
  2. Why do the people humiliate themselves by voting? I didn't vote because I have dignity. If I had closed my nose and voted for one of them, I would spit on my own face. Oriana Fallaci.
  3. It is very difficult for people to believe the simple fact that every persecutor was once a victim. Yet it should be very obvious that someone who was allowed to feel free and strong from childhood does not have the need to humiliate another person. Alice Miller.