1. / ˈhʌm.b ə l.ɪŋ / causing someone to understand that they are not as important or special as they thought: It's a Humbling experience to see people being so positive about life when they have so little
2. Find 79 ways to say Humbling, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
3. Synonyms & Antonyms of Humbling (Entry 3 of 3) to reduce to a lower standing in one's own eyes or in others' eyes Philip was utterly humbled by a crushing defeat …
4. Humbling is defined as showing someone their shortcomings, or causing him to lose their confidence or arrogance
5. An example of Humbling the professor is when you prove to a know-it-all professor that he got the last answer wrong, making him think twice about his know-it-all attitude.
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6. Humbling synonyms, pronunciation, spelling and more from Free Dictionary
7. Search Result for "Humbling": Wordnet 3.0
8. Causing awareness of your shortcomings; - Example: "golf is a Humbling game" [syn: demeaning, Humbling, humiliating, mortifying]
9. Synonyms for Humbling include embarrassing, mortifying, shaming, discomfiting, awesome, overwhelming, sobering, chastening, awe-inspiring and crushing
10. A Humbling experience is an experience that causes a person to feel insignificant, inferior or more conscious of their failings
11. A Humbling situation provides a new perspective, causing an individual to feel less important than they did before the experience.
12. Humiliating definition is - extremely destructive to one's self-respect or dignity : Humbling.
13. The Humbling is a 2014 comedy-drama film directed by Barry Levinson and written by Buck Henry and Michal Zebede, based on the 2009 novel The Humbling by Philip Roth
14. The Humbling is the name given to the effects COVID-19 and the Social Justice Movement are having on society
15. Www.TheHumbling.org is an apolitical space that exists solely to allow you to share your perspectives on how this experience is affecting us.
16. Fasting, biblically speaking, is an act of self-Humbling
17. Prayer, we might say, is the quintessential act of self-Humbling, as we confess to God some inability on our part and attribute decisive power to him
18. However, certain intensity in prayer, born in days of unusual desperation, can be especially self-Humbling
19. The Humbling is an inarguable highlight of Al Pacino's late-period filmography, but that's an admittedly low bar that it doesn't always clear by a very wide margin.
20. By Humbling himself on the cross and by being exalted by God in the resurrection, Jesus Christ offers the promise of life, greatness, and joy to those who confess that he is Lord
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21. Passion Sunday April 4, 2004 Being named editor of Professional School Counseling is a Humbling and challenging responsibility.
22. The Humbling (2014) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.
23. There is something Humbling about watching the great and the good do things normally reserved for the hoi polloi
24. More often, he uses his talents to discomfit people who deserve it, deflating the pretentious and Humbling the arrogant.
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25. Daily Humbling ourselves under the authority of God’s word, and Humbling ourselves by obeying his words, and Humbling ourselves by coming desperately to him in prayer, and Humbling ourselves in fasting — these all have their place in our overall response as creatures to our Creator.
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26. The Humbling is a novel by Philip Roth published in the fall of 2009 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
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27. How Humbling is that I am both an author and a marketer and I still seek outside collaborative help when it comes to creating a stellar landing page
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28. They lost in Humbling fashion, ousted in the second of four voting rounds as London went on to edge Paris for the 2012 Summer Olympics.
29. Based on Philip Roth's novel, "The Humbling" follows over-the-hill actor Simon (Academy Award-winner Al Pacino, "The Godfather") and his struggles to find his passion for life again
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30. 'The Humbling' is a novel about everything that Roth has been writing about since he published `The Plot Against America' (TPAA) in 2004: aging, death, lust in old age, betrayal, loss, grief
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31. And while he will probably never write a long novel like TPAA again, 'The Humbling' is …
32. After Sunday’s win in the NFC Championship Game, Fournette said it has been a “Humbling year” before adding that he’s grateful for the twists and turns
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33. Her feelings are concentrated in one—pride; and that needs Humbling
34. Markleham, by this time recovering the power of speech, and seeming to swell with family pride and motherly indignation, here exclaimed, Annie, get up immediately, and don't disgrace everybody belonging to you by Humbling yourself like that, unless you wish to see me
35. Humbling: 1 adj causing awareness of your shortcomings “golf is a Humbling game” Synonyms: demeaning , humiliating , mortifying undignified lacking dignity
36. Find 79 ways to say Humbling, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
37. Campaigning is a very Humbling experience, in which each citizen has a vote," Timmons-Goodson said
38. See authoritative translations of Humbling in Spanish with example sentences and audio pronunciations.
39. The second to last novel Roth wrote before he retired, The Humbling, is the second lowest rated (3.21) Roth novel on Goodreads (the lowest being The Breast, 3.18! about a man who wakes up one morning—as in Kafka’s “Metamorphosis”—to discover he is a breast)
40. The Great British Humbling “The cretinous stupidity of it!” snaps the tragic hero in Joseph Roth’s The Radetzky March as he faces up to his likely death in a duel over his wife’s honor.
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41. Being named as a finalist for the USA Basketball National Team is an unbelievable feeling and an opportunity that is truly Humbling
42. Definition and synonyms of Humbling from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Education.
43. This is the British English definition of Humbling.View American English definition of Humbling.
44. Humbling (plural Humblings) An event which causes humbleness; a set-down
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45. Humbling (comparative more Humbling, superlative most Humbling) Of higher rank, status, quality, strength, etc.; inducing a feeling of inferiority.
46. Going back to rehab a second time was Humbling.: Retourner en rehab une seconde fois était humiliant.: These scenarios can be very Humbling for men.: Ces scénarios peuvent être très humiliant pour les hommes.: Injustices of the past do indeed cast long shadows and always have a way of Humbling a nation.: Les injustices passées assombrissent pendant très longtemps l'histoire d'un pays et
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47. "The Humbling is a slight but grave -- and important -- novel about "ending": how it shifts between a participle (the process of reaching the end) and a noun (the end itself)
48. Self-Humbling " Because thine heart was tender, and thou didst humble thyself before God, when thou heardest his words against this place, and against the inhabitants thereof, and humblest thyself before me, and didst rend thy clothes, and weep before me; I have even heard thee also, saith the Lord.”— 2 Chron
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49. ‘Humbling and challenging:’ A county public health director describes efforts to stem COVID-19 spread
50. For entrepreneurs who are as passionate about their business as Jill, this is an incredibly Humbling experience
51. “Both years, just being named the opening day starter, it feels like such a blessing and just so Humbling,” he said
52. Humbling Bloom, Kerrville, Texas
verb (used with object), hum·bled, hum·bling. to lower in condition, importance, or dignity; abase. to destroy the independence, power, or will of. to make meek: to humble one's heart.
To be humbled is to be brought low or somehow diminished in standing or stature. Sometimes we're humbled by humiliation or failure or some other calamity.
The definition of humility is the quality or act of being humble. An example of humility is someone being a great cook, but realizing there are even better cooks. YourDictionary definition and usage example. "Humility.".
Definition of humble. (Entry 1 of 2) 1 : not proud or haughty : not arrogant or assertive. 2 : reflecting, expressing, or offered in a spirit of deference or submission a humble apology. 3a : ranking low in a hierarchy or scale : insignificant, unpretentious. b : not costly or luxurious a humble contraption.