Similar words: assemble, assembly, array, barrel, arrange, barrier, depressed, ambassador. Meaning: [-st] adj. 1. feeling or caused to feel uneasy and self-conscious 2. caused to feel self-conscious and uncomfortable 3. made to feel uncomfortable because of shame or wounded pride.
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1 A parrot can sometimes make you embarrassed.
2 She felt embarrassed under his steady gaze.
3 He always mumbles when he's embarrassed.
4 He embarrassed me with a difficult question.
5 His bad table manners embarrassed her.
6 I was embarrassed by their compliment.
7 She was embarrassed by his exhibitionism at the party.
8 Lori gets embarrassed if we ask her to sing.
9 Paul was looking flustered and embarrassed.
10 Our progress was embarrassed by lots of baggage.
11 I was embarrassed by his comments about my clothes.
12 I get embarrassed easily.
13 They wolf-whistled at me, and I was so embarrassed I tripped up.
14 He looked embarrassed for a moment,[www.Sentencedict.com] then quickly regained his poise.
15 I'm embarrassed of myself.
16 He became embarrassed when a journalist asked him pointed questions about his finances.
17 I was really embarrassed, but then I saw the funny side of it.
18 She seemed embarrassed for a moment but quickly recovered her poise.
19 I, in my turn, became embarrassed and huffy and told her to take the money back.
20 Stuart gave an embarrassed cough .
21 He seemed a mite embarrassed.
22 He looked a bit embarrassed.
23 The revelations in the press have embarrassed the government.
24 The long sleeves of her dress embarrassed her movements.
25 I said "Sorry", very feebly, feeling rather embarrassed.
26 He was embarrassed by debts.
27 He was embarrassed by many debts.
28 He didn't even have the grace to look embarrassed.
29 Embarrassed, she gathered her things together and left.
30 When I began to sing, he laughed and made me embarrassed.