As brave Americans fight and die for an unspecified Iraqi flag in "Operation Iraqi Freedom," Adams' shamefully
ignored admonition has become a tragic prophecy.
Many sessions on hot topics were shamefully
under-attended, simply because no one could find them or they had somehow been omitted from the program.
tried to get Nasser Hussain to do it for him.
It is not simply that members of their race were treated shamefully
in too many instances as they sought to serve their country.
It is shamefully
embarrassing that bold initiative--which a bona fide move to denuclearize would be--has to come from outside government.
While fuel economy has been shamefully
stagnant, some car companies are at least trying to better their environmental records.
Oeneus thus illustrates classical precepts about a common type of tragic figure: "quo quis superbus extulit sese altius, / hoc graviusille ac foedius subito ruit," "The higher a proud man raises himself, the harder and more shamefully
he falls" (76-77).
Eisenhower was as fine a man as ever entered the White House, but he ducked McCarthyism and he avoided desegregation for a shamefully
The play's protagonist Claire, a multimillionaire, visits her hometown after an absence of many years and offers the residents great wealth if they will kill one of their leading citizens, Alfred, who had betrayed Claire shamefully
many years before.
By merely being in touch with reality, he appears shamefully
out of touch with the fantasy life of his neighbours.
They were among those who shamefully
voted against having a referendum debate despite the majority of people in this country being in favour.