Definition of Shamer

1. n. One who, or that which, disgraces, or makes ashamed.



Definition of Shamer

1. Noun. One who, or that which, disgraces or makes ashamed. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Shamer

1. one who causes shame [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Shamer

shamefacedly
shamefacedness
shamefast
shamefastly
shamefastness
shameful
shamefully
shamefulness
shamefulnesses
shameless
shamelessly
shamelessness
shamelessnesses
shamelike
shamen
shamer (current term)
shamers
shames
shamest
shameth
shami kebab
shamiana
shamianas
shaming
shamingly
shamisen
shamisens
shammas
shammash
shammashim

Literary usage of Shamer

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1. Lights and Shadows of Asiatic History by Samuel Griswold Goodrich (1844)
"As soon as they came up to the front of the troops, shamer shot an arrow, and said, ... Then shamer gave an onset with the left wing with such violence, ..."

2. Persia by a Persian: Being Personal Experiences, Manners, Customs, Habits by Isaac Adams (1906)
"As soon as they were set in front of the troops, shamer shot an arrow into the camp, saying, ... Hounded on by shamer, the Syrian troops now surrounded him; ..."

3. The Miracle Play of Hasan and Husain by Arthur Naylor Wollaston (1879)
"As soon as they were set in front of the troops, shamer shot an arrow into the ... Hounded on by shamer, the Syrian troops now surrounded him, but Husain, ..."

4. The modern part of An universal history, from the earliest accounts to the (1780)
"... and shamer, who commanded the left, attacked the Arab ca- ... shamer, finding his efforts hitherto ineffectual, ..."

5. The History of the Saracens: Comprising the Lives of Mohammed and His by Simon Ockley (1857)
"shamer had besides secret instructions, authorizing him, if Amer neglected to execute these orders, to cut off his head, and command the forces himself. ..."

6. The History of the Arabians, Under the Government of the Caliphs: From by Franćois Augier de Marigny (1758)
"... (as well from what had already paf- fed, as from the advice he received of the long conference between that officer and Hof- fein) he commanded shamer, ..."

7. The History of the Saracens: Comprising the Lives of Mohammed and His by Simon Ockley (1871)
"shamer now encouraged some of the stoutest of his men to surround him ... Nobody offered to meddle with him, till shamer, with reproaches and curses, ..."

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