verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
Origin of embarrass
Related formsem·bar·rassed·ly [em-bar-uhst-lee, -uh-sid-lee] /ɛmˈbær əst li, -ə sɪd li/, adverbem·bar·rass·ing·ly, adverbpre·em·bar·rass, verb (used with object)un·em·bar·rassed, adjective
Examples from the Web for embarrassed
I actually downloaded the app last summer and was embarrassed because none of my friends seemed to use it.
I was so embarrassed my face reddened but Lee kept it right up.The Story Behind Lee Marvin’s Liberty Valance Smile|Robert Ward|January 3, 2015|DAILY BEAST
But outsiders, generally, are embarrassed or appalled, and so are a growing number of locals.
In particular, a video of an apparently inebriated Morgan has embarrassed supporters of the referendum.
It was a moment I instantly detected in my own recent past, and I shuddered with embarrassed recognition.
All he got was a few looks of embarrassed concern from his immediate neighbours.
A vivid blush suffused her face, which appeared all the prettier to him in its embarrassed shyness.Simon Eichelkatz; The Patriarch|Ulrich Frank
And he had a crooked, embarrassed smile that was a delight to see.IT and Other Stories|Gouverneur Morris
With a quick flush of pleased surprise, Deborah gave her father a look that embarrassed him tremendously.His Family|Ernest Poole
She saw her girls' disappointed, embarrassed faces and their cousin's worn one.The Ranch Girls at Rainbow Lodge|Margaret Vandercook