Thesaurus / embarrass

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This revelation embarrassed Democratic members of the committee.

We give Kansas City a 60 percent chance here, but it would be a great opportunity for Buffalo to reassert itself as a legitimate contender after being embarrassed by the Titans.

The NFC East Is Historically Bad. How Much Worse Can It Get?Neil Paine (neil.paine@fivethirtyeight.com)October 15, 2020FiveThirtyEight

"Elbert, you embarrass me," she replied, trying to laugh it out.

Do not let me embarrass your judgment; my duty just now is merely to tell you what did happen.

My Friend SmithTalbot Baines Reed

And now, Belford, according to my new system, I think this house of Mrs. Fretchville an embarrass upon me.

Clarissa, Volume 4 (of 9)Samuel Richardson

His ill-wishers had tried to embarrass him and make him break down.

The Earl of BeaconsfieldJames Anthony Froude

The name and circumstance of Phidias, however convenient for history, embarrass when we come to the highest criticism.

Essays, First SeriesRalph Waldo Emerson

B: You embarrass me; liberty then is nothing but the power of doing what I want to do?

Thus the girl's little stratagem only served to embarrass them both.

The PurseHonore de Balzac

But the reference did not embarrass the nester in the least.

MavericksWilliam MacLeod Raine

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