shamefaced

Part of speech: adverb

SHAMEFACEDLY.

Part of speech: adjective

Bashful; abashed.

Part of speech: noun

Shamefacedness.

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Usage examples "shamefaced":

  1. Frieda, shamefaced, lifted her head from my shoulder and rose with incredible swiftness. - "A Top-Floor Idyl", George van Schaick.
  2. By his chair stood his page- young Cserei- whilst huddled up in a corner on one side was a scarce visible figure which clung close to the wall with as miserable, shamefaced an expression as if it would have liked to crawl right into it and be hidden. - "The Slaves of the Padishah", Mór Jókai.
  3. I am going to confess, Mr. Glenowen, said she, with a smiling, half- shamefaced glance, as she held up the dainty creation of lawn and lace and silk, caressing her smooth pink and white cheek with it, I am going to confess that this lovely garment is just such a thing as I have longed to have, yet should have considered it wicked self- indulgence to purchase. - "Barbara Ladd", Charles G. D. Roberts.