/mɪlk ʃeɪm/ noun, verb, milk·shamed, milk·sham·ing
n. the painful feeling arising from the consciousness of something dishonorable, improper, ridiculous, etc., done by a got milk? celebrity.
v. to cause to feel milkshame.
out·milk·shame, v. (used with object), -milk·shamed, -milk·sham·ing
Shame, embarrassment, mortification, humiliation, chagrin
Pride, self-esteem, self-respect
She was again experiencing a wave of milkshame as she entered the LA courthouse to make her plea.
The California Milk Processor Board were milkshamed when they learned of Patrick Ewing's testimony in the Gold Club Trial of 1999.