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Example Sentences for "embarrass"


It's really embarrassing trying to speak Spanish because my accent is so poorI was really embarrassed the first time I tried to kiss a girl.

It's really embarrassing trying to speak Spanish because my accent is so poor.

The young girl blushed with embarrassment when her father hugged her in front of her friends.

He felt really embarrassed playing soccer at school because he was the only one who didn't know the rules of the game.

The young boy embarrassed his friend by laughing at his new haircut.

Ron is an embarrassingly bad golfer, so no one wants to play with him.

She blushed with embarrassment when the waiter told her she was beautiful.

The government has been badly embarrassed by the obvious failure of the Prime Minister to communicate with his Cabinet.

The boy embarrassed his mother when he told his friends that she had gotten drunk and thrown up at a party the night before.

Julia Sorel once said that if you are never scared or embarrassed or hurt, it means you never take any chances.

Jean de La Bruyere once said that we perceive when love begins and when it declines by our embarrassment when alone together.

The Australian team was embarrassed 7-0 by the Argentineans in the opening match.

It is said that in Chinese culture, people will do whatever possible to avoid embarrassing someone because it may cause them to lose face.

Discussion question: Describe an embarrassing incident in your life.

Find someone who feels embarrassed speaking English in public.

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