extremely modest or shy;
"cheerfully bearing reproaches but shamefaced at praise"
showing a sense of shame
showing a sense of guilt;
"a guilty look"
"the hangdog and shamefaced air of the retreating enemy"
- And a While, the young man stood by, shamefaced, and down-at-heel, submitting.
- I want to put the more shamefaced and remorseful of them to work, Profumo style.
He felt shamefaced as a schoolboy before the great world.出自： J. Morley