embarrass


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embarrass

 [em-bar´as]
to impede the function of; to obstruct.

embarrass

/em·bar·rass/ (em-bar´as) to impede the function of; to obstruct.

embarrass

(ĕm-băr′ăs)
To interfere with or compromise function.

embarrass

to impede the function of; to obstruct.
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A lot of my postbag comes from teens who have suffered embarrassing moments at school, or whose parents embarrass them.
Bill It doesn't take much to embarrass guys, especially when it comes to girls.
Dr Molestone, author of Stop Dreaming, Start Living, says it is difficult for parents to know if what they are doing is going to embarrass their children.
I like to annoy her in public so, while in line, I turned around and gave her a big hug lust to embarrass her.