VERB + SHAME
- be filled with, feel
- bring, cause
- His arrest for stealing brought shame on his family
- die of
- (figurative) I nearly died of shame!
- from ~
- She wept from the shame of having let everyone down
- in ~
- She shut her eyes in shame
- to your ~
- To my shame, I didn't tell Robert about the party
- without ~
- He had cried noisily and without shame at the news of Esther's death
- with ~
- She blushed with shame
- ~ about/over
- You feel absolutely no shame over what you did, do you?
- ~ at
- She felt a flush of shame at what she'd done
- a cause for shame
- Her pregnancy was no cause for shame
- a feeling/ sense of shame, bow/hang your head in shame
- He was being held by two security guards, his head bowed in shame
- crying, great, real, terrible, wicked
- ~ about
- It's a terrible shame about Stuart losing his job, isn't it?
- a bit of a shame, rather a shame, such a shame, what a shame
- What a shame you can't come!