Shameful

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Contextual SensitivityPlay
Use 'shameful' to express strong disapproval, often when moral expectations are not met. SlideHis betrayal of trust was a shameful decision.
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Negative EmphasisPlay
'Shameful' adds a layer of judgment and highlights the negative aspect of the action. SlideCheating on the test was a shameful choice.
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Emotional ImpactPlay
Using 'shameful' can evoke feelings of guilt or regret in the person responsible for the action. SlideHe felt shameful after lying to his friends.