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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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Everyone in the team should have been embarrassed by what happened.
I am embarrassed to be part of it, yes, but I am a part of it and I have to deal with it.
Shane says: MY mum and dad used to be really funny about sex but I eventually realised they thought they were protecting me and were just embarrassed.
Other hilarious entries include Paul Robson, Steve Waite and Glen Cavanagh, who, like Gary, have embarrassed their offspring by dressing up in public.
I'm embarrassed for our team," head coach Ben Howland said after the Bruins' 67-46 loss to USC on Saturday.
But they are usually for private use only and I'm not surprised you feel embarrassed.
George Clooney has revealed that he is embarrassed by his eco-friendly car.
Jon Stead admits he and his team-mates were embarrassed to be part of the worst team in Premiership history.
Murray also noted that when Moore tried to go beyond culture war issues, he often embarrassed himself.
The main reason, I believe, is that we have turned into a bunch of cowards and are embarrassed by the fact that our faith believes that life is a gift from God, and marriage is between a man and a woman.
She became very frustrated with me and embarrassed me in front of the class.
The comedian, who stars in advertisements for credit card company Capital One that warn against throwing personal details in the bin, said he was embarrassed by his oversight.