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Sentence count:74+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-10-13Updated:2016-12-13
Synonym: bewilderconfuseflusterhumiliatemortifyshameSimilar words: embarrassedembarkarraybarrelbarrierarrangenarratorwarrantyMeaning: [ɪm'bærəs]  v. 1. cause to be embarrassed; cause to feel self-conscious 2. hinder or prevent the progress or accomplishment of. 
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1 He didn't want to embarrass her by asking questions.
2 She may embarrass you with her uncouth behavior.
3 The speech was a deliberate attempt to embarrass the government.
4 She dragged up that incident just to embarrass me.
5 She's dragged up that story just to embarrass me.
6 Are you trying to embarrass me?
7 You didn't embarrass me in the slightest.
8 I did not embarrass her with my effusions.
9 I didn't want to embarrass him by kissing him in front of his friends.
10 He's trying to embarrass you,(www.Sentencedict.com) that's the top and bottom of it.
11 He has decided that he doesn't want to embarrass the movement and will therefore step down.
12 The speech was deliberately designed to embarrass the prime minister.
13 I didn't want to embarrass her in front of her friends.
14 The Republicans are trying to embarrass the president by thwarting his economic program.
15 The motion was advanced in order to embarrass the progress of the bill.
16 Jones was politically motivated to embarrass him.
17 It will only embarrass the Church.
18 I hope my little dance didn't embarrass you.
19 They'd do it deliberately to embarrass the Government.
20 He didn't want to embarrass the poor woman.
21 The idea was to embarrass the Government.
22 The crisis surrounding the tunnel threatens to embarrass the Government[sentencedict.com], which insisted it be financed entirely by the private sector.
23 They could embarrass ministers, which is a kind of sin against the Holy Ghost.
24 Western propaganda continued to embarrass the Communists by loudly proclaiming that the flow of refugees proved the superiority of capitalism.
25 I wouldn't want to embarrass you, but I really can see no alternative at present.
26 It might embarrass them if Henry told them about his grandad. perhaps it would stop them.
27 he behaved badly in school; he mischievously looked for a chance to embarrass his sister; behaved naughtily when they had guests and was sent to his room.
28 The election was only three months away and Fulbright did not want to embarrass Johnson.
29 Mungo wanted to put an arm round her shoulder, but knew he would embarrass her.
30 Aside from its dubious cultural charm, there are serious structural weaknesses which may one day embarrass us.
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