‘I ran away,’ I quickly interjected, trying to get rid of the shame by exposing it quickly.
There's plenty of funny stuff there, and it's kind of a shame to see this particular conceit, which has a lot of humorous potential, discarded so quickly.
If you discover any misappropriation, please name and shame the culprits.
ignorance of Latin would be a disgrace and a shame to any public man
It's a shame to dress the whole thing up in nationalism as well!
It is a country of freedom of speech, more or less, but the ignorance and the shame of the essay writer is unbearable.
it is a shame that they are not better known
In fact, they are so cold a lot of cucumbers that they even shame the cold.
In other words, they want to avenge history, to undo the shame of half a millennium ago with a reassertion of their glory today.
I took jazz-singing lessons and the teacher told me that we could never take the country out of my voice, and that it would be a shame to do so.