Humility [noun]

Definition of Humility:

humbleness, modesty

Opposite/Antonyms of Humility:

Sentence/Example of Humility:

It’s just not great for governing us, and what these people are doing is privately governing us, and they have no humility about the limitations of their worldview.

The write-ups are relatively subdued, as far as these things go, praising the executives for their humility as much as their innovative prowess, and noting the challenges they face in addressing everything from the pandemic to privacy concerns.

He just brings such a sophisticated framework—and he always has this humility that goes with it, which makes it so much fun because he’s having fun.

Use empathy, humility and thoughtfulness as the foundational building blocks of healthy team dynamics.

You know, I think the most important thing to do is to have humility.

The old man stood, with eyes downcast and hands clasped before him, a picture of humility.

He forgot the great doctrine of humility, and declared that "Mister" Weston should have the volume that very night.

Their founder named them Minimos Fratres, as a special indication of humility.

It is a ground of humility to each Section of the visible Church that every other, in some things, differs from it.

In this she differed from others of her sect, who strove to convey the idea of humility both outwardly and inwardly.