ashamed of in a sentence

He is very much ashamed of having behaved so badly.

He is ashamed of having been idle in his youth.

He was very ashamed of not being able to make his point.

There is no need to be ashamed of confessing one’s mistakes.

After John screamed in the haunted house, he felt ashamed of his cowardice.

There is a Danish proverb which holds that one who is afraid of asking questions is ashamed of learning.

The little boy felt really ashamed of himself when his mother caught him stealing change out of her purse.

George Elliot once advised, “Keep true, never be ashamed of doing right, decide on what you think is right and stick to it.

Taking your sister’s CD player without asking, and then losing it is unforgivable.

You should be ashamed of yourself.

Try using your last name & don’t be ashamed of it!” he tweeted Friday.

She admitted she wanted to look away and that made her ashamed of herself.

Arabs who feel a speck of compassion and solidarity should be ashamed of themselves.

“You should be deeply ashamed of the spineless way you left this man in the street.”

The million-plus fans who petitioned the BBC to recall Clarkson should be ashamed of themselves.

The archbishop and the archdiocese should be ashamed of this settlement, Jeff Anderson told CNN.

I don’t want Jews in this country to be scared, or Muslims to be ashamed of their faith, he added.