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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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NEWCASTLE UNITED head coach John Carver says he was embarrassed to be in charge of Newcastle United's 1-0 loss against Sunderland.
BROADCASTER Clive James has admitted he may have exaggerated predictions of his death and is embarrassed he is still alive.
EMBARRASSED Paul Anderson has pledged to do what he can to give the Giants' faithful a performance to be proud of in next week's sudden death play-off.
The sources added that she just wants to move on from this and go about her life, as she is very embarrassed about everything that has gone on.
First it was the Kardashian sisters that embarrassed their mom Kris Jenner by calling her names like "MILF" and "attention seeker," now the Jenner sisters are following suit.
I can't remember a time when the subject hasn't been greeted with embarrassed silence and a change of subject.
TOO embarrassed to check out something with your GP?
Sometimes I get so embarrassed that I never want to open my mouth again.
We've all been in stitches reading the stories sent in by his embarrassed son Lee - I particularly like the tale of how he saved his dog from an ostrich at Flamingo Land.
And if they're too embarrassed to visit a doctor, why are they appearing on national TV to discuss their issues?
As UCLA's throttling at the hands of crosstown rival USC fades away, the Bruins seem to finally be getting frustrated and embarrassed with the state of the season.
I know she'll listen, but I'd still be embarrassed.