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    1. He has the grace to look embarrassed


    2. I felt very embarrassed but I acted the fool


    3. I felt a little embarrassed by the thought of such closeness


    4. Apollo is also embarrassed when he realizes he's been staring at her this entire time


    5. Apollo is also embarrassed when he realizes he's been staring at her this entire time


    6. but the volume is low because we’re embarrassed


    7. embarrassed that neighbours in identical rooms


    8. He was embarrassed and confused


    9. What was it Auntie Agnes had said? Every now and then get up out of your seat and have a good stretch? Trouble was I'd only just sat down and now I was far too embarrassed to make a fuss


    10. During cleaning it became clear that at some time in the distant past part of the church had been a temple dedicated to Pallas Athena and although it was not unusual for the locals to mix their beliefs, the church authorities were rather embarrassed and the work came to a standstill until it could be determined who would provide funds for the work to continue


















































































    1. hell does she want? This is so embarrassing


    2. This action of embarrassing Saul was unnecessary, and the very heart of David recognized it


    3. He insists on binding my thighs with soft bandages before we move on – a process which is embarrassing and at the same time bond-building


    4. He was thinking of getting either the captain or Glayet here, but if it really was Ava driving this cherub that would be very embarrassing because she could easily cover her tracks


    5. His chat up lines developed from monosyllabic grunting into the crudely embarrassing hope of youth before finally passing into the hopelessly threatening swagger of the seventeen year old


    6. She also knew that Lucy would be out at a friend’s house until nine o’clock, leaving her at home all alone, alone with Alan, who was at an age when he still preferred a set of headphones in his bedroom to the embarrassing company of his father in the pub, no matter that his father would pay for the beer


    7. Alexei felt an embarrassing stirring as he bowed


    8. I quite see that it could be embarrassing for some of them


    9. embarrassing hope of youth before finally passing into the


    10. She returned it with interest, embarrassing Ava and making her look away while their hands fondled each other


















































































    1. If the ritual embarrasses it's owner, or is not carefully planned and


    2. It is a clog which, for the supposed benefit of some particular countries, embarrasses the pleasures and encumbers the industry of all other countries, but of the colonies more than of any other


    3. He also told us that only “f communists and weak longhaired liberals f pass out while standing at attention, and he, personally, would deal with any such cadet who embarrasses himself in front of his f parents, and we could thank him later for his fatherly concern


    4. One of the better tabloids, it embarrasses this < Tease magazine,


    5. When you get drunk, it embarrasses me, so I'm drawing a boundary


    6. If he ruled for the youth it embarrasses a learned prosecutor and member of the judicial system


    7. "I own that your question embarrasses me, Valentine, for I cannot say that the count has rendered me any ostensible service


    8. "I own that your question embarrasses me, Valentine, for I cannot say that the count has rendered me any ostensible service


    9. Does that surprise you? It surprises and embarrasses me


    1. I could deal with irritation, but I didn’t want to embarrass myself because my body was seduced by the tone of his voice


    2. But, in the French colonies, if any part of an estate, held by the noble tenure of chivalry and homage, is alienated, it is, for a limited time, subject to the right of redemption, either by the heir of the superior, or by the heir of the family; and all the largest estates of the country are held by such noble tenures, which necessarily embarrass alienation


    3. I knew now that I would have to pull myself together and not embarrass her memory when I went to my death but to show the same courage that she had


    4. got to his feet just now he would embarrass himself


    5. The one thing I didn’t want to do was embarrass my children over this situation by bringing Nat to the U


    6. “You couldn’t embarrass me” said Alex, who now had unknowingly fallen into another trap


    7. Losing would surely embarrass our sergeant, who would then take an unwelcome interest in our “cowardly losing ways, but not to worry, he, Sergeant van der Merwe by the grace of general Coetzee blah blah blah would cure that


    8. " By this time we admired our Sergeant and would not want to embarrass him anyway—we had learned to detect the twinkle in his eye, and now saw the good man behind the stripes


    9. The RSM banned the Hyena’s platoon to the rear, where they were less likely to embarrass him


    10. A journalist who enjoys a First Amendment right to obtain certain information as it relates to his or her pursuit of a ―storyline‖ should properly consider the sensibilities of the individual being interviewed; that questions raised should be fair and balanced and not intended to either harass, embarrass or otherwise offend that individual and that the highest (professional) standards should be (properly) observed at all times and that that journalist should neither conceal some hidden agenda nor interpose pre-conceived biases that purposely seek to discredit, distract or place that individual in a compromising position and that answers to stated questions should never be taken out of context or pre-determined and that, (most importantly), privacy rights should be observed at all times


















































































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    embarrass in English

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    Синонимы для "embarrass"

    abash embarrass block blockade hinder obstruct stymie stymy confound chagrin discomfit discompose faze complicate mystify perplex distress harass trouble vex hamper