embarrassed[ em-bar-uhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF embarrassed
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EMBARRASSED
He would not have been embarrassed if they had been the Forty Thieves.
No nation has ever before been embarrassed from too large a surplus in its treasury.
"Well, I'll tell you," said Andrew, and he smiled in an embarrassed manner.
However, he was not embarrassed; it took a great deal to embarrass him.
If you think they were embarrassed to the degree that they could not eat, you are mistaken.
But it was nice too; though I was so embarrassed that I wanted to run away.
"I'm aw'fly sorry," Billy murmured with a foolish, embarrassed grin.
I was embarrassed, Jim he was embarrassed, and neither of us couldn't say a word.
He was unaccustomed to seeing her show suffering, and it embarrassed him.
If Hinde noticed that John was embarrassed, he did not make any comment about the matter.