shamefacedness


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She did not really care for Charles's "fear of being mocked at by the others for not knowing how to behave himself, in this case, how to dance"; she did care for her own shamefacedness though, because "she refused to be constrained by the habitus" (Champagne 2002: 108).
Which is why it was with no small measure of shamefacedness that I found myself preparing my dinner on the weekend based on an advert for a well known brand of soft cheese commonly eaten by clouddwelling I find glass Blanc angels.
9: "In like manner also, that women adorn themselves in modest apparel, with shamefacedness and sobriety; not with braided hair, and gold or pearls, or costly raiment" (American Standard Bible).