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- v. Present participle of embarrass.
- n. The action of the verb to embarrass.
- adj. causing embarrassment; makes you feel shy or ashamed; leading to a feeling of uncomfortable self-consciousness
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. hard to deal with.
- adj. causing to feel shame or chagrin or vexation.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. hard to deal with; especially causing pain or embarrassment
- adj. causing to feel shame or chagrin or vexation
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I doing a course in order to become a Penetration Tester, do u find the title embarrassing? en Español
"I don't want to use the word embarrassing - but it is a little bit embarrassing," Flood said.
And Bardella told the New Yorker that some reporters would publish his pitches almost word for word, which he called "embarrassing."
The Cubs' mid-game meltdown was so unsettling that manager Mike Quade held a closed-door meeting after the game, venting his frustration over what he called an embarrassing performance all-around.
AP News in Brief at 5: 58 p.m. EDT celebrity status Friday to draw attention to what she called the embarrassing and "shameful practice" of seal hunting in her homeland.
What's kind of embarrassing is that the city takes a certain measure of pride in them, even though it looks like one day, probably sooner rather than later, they'll be the retail equivalent of mullets.
The press covering the issue seems interested in embarrassing the administration
Some of her scenes with her mother are just plain embarrassing to watch.
No whats truely embarrassing is the Republican party hurting this country just so they can make Obama look bad how saD
Even more embarrassing is the fact that their entire campaign is based on a falsehood.