Embarrass Sentence Examples

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  • You'd just embarrass the poor guy.

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  • I didn't mean to embarrass you.

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  • Furious, Katie left before she made more of a scene that would embarrass her sister.

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  • I won't say anything to embarrass you.

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  • Maybe he wanted to make sure he didn't embarrass her.

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  • Did it embarrass him?

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  • In less than three years the young king had justified their confidence, and delivered his country from its worst embarrass ments.

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  • You might as well withdraw before you embarrass yourself.

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  • The counter-stroke of Austria was to embarrass Prussia by allowing full play in Holstein to the agitation in favor of the Augustenburg claimant.

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  • You're not going to embarrass me again.

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  • When it was a question of winning followers or keeping them, he had not scrupled to lay hands on ecclesiastical property, nor to fill the Church with his friends and kinsfolk, and this alliance might embarrass him.

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  • You may accompany me, without your translator, so you do not embarrass the dhjan by speaking.

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  • Yes, and you better not embarrass them when they come down, or you and I won't be making noise for quite some time.

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  • He was secretary of war under President Polk from 1845 to 1849, and as such discharged with ability the especially onerous duties incident to the conduct of the Mexican War; he became involved, however, in controversies with Generals Scott and Taylor, who accused him, it seems very unjustly, of seeking to embarrass their operations in the field because they were political opponents of the administration.

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  • But he would make no move which would embarrass Mr Balfour in parliament, and adhered to his promise of loyalty.

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  • With no past to embarrass him, and with no dangerous rivals, his practical experience had full scope.

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  • Fitzgerald. He's the guy who found 'em and now that he's running for sheriff, he wanted to embarrass David.

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  • He would love to take her in his arms right now, but that would embarrass her.

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  • In order to obstruct and embarrass the Republican administration the members of the order held peace meetings to influence public opinion against the continuance of the war; purchased arms to be used in uprisings, which were to place the peace party in control of the Federal government, or failing in that to establish a north-western confederacy; and took measures to set free the Confederate prisoners in the north and bring the war to a forced close.

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  • He publicly expressed his disapproval of the attacks on the Jews in 1878; and the coalition of Liberal parties founded in 1884 was popularly known as the "crown prince's party," but he scrupulously refrained from any act that might embarrass his father's government.

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  • Avoid picking games that could potentially embarrass the children involved.

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  • If she DOES embarrass herself, try not to bring it up again.

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  • It crossed her mind to turn and run back up the stairs, but that would embarrass him.

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  • Toilet paper hanging off the back of her pants might not embarrass one teen, while another teen girl might be mortified if this happens to her.

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  • It's also a good way to embarrass someone, especially the avid wine show-off who thinks they know everything about wine.

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  • If you are buying some men's novelty lingerie for a special partner, make sure you get him something that will not embarrass him or hurt his ego.

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  • My bet is Fitzgerald switched the bones to embarrass you, but that doesn't mean he had anything to do with causing them to be in the mine in the first place.

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  • His first thought was Gladys' would-be lover having second thoughts and making a quick exit so he ducked around the corner of the dining room, so as not to embarrass the man.

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  • That is, a group of people presented interesting stories about Linus, intended to only slightly embarrass him.

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  • The Kaskaskia, in the S., notable for its variations in volume, and the Rock, in the N., are the other important rivers emptying into the Mississippi; the Embarrass and Little Wabash, the Saline and Cache in the E., are the important tributaries of the Wabash and Ohio rivers.

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  • I also feel bad for putting anyone in an awkward position, as it was never my intention to embarrass, humiliate or disgrace anyone, or any company.

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  • Thompson claims it's not his intention to embarrass or humiliate Smith.

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  • He called the appearance "a fresh new way to embarrass herself," and mocked her for crediting God for her performance.

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  • Boxer shorts can be easily mixed and matched with a favorite boys t-shirt and its modest cut will not embarrass your son if he is caught with his pants down.

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  • You should never try to knowingly harm, embarrass or otherwise humiliate the "mark" or target you have chosen for your joke.

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  • He's my brother and it would embarrass him.

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  • While I'm here I may as well embarrass the blond chick by linking to her new blog.

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  • I will never leave fallen comrade to fall into the hands of the enemy and under no circumstances will I ever embarrass my country.

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  • Avoid pulling pranks that are meant as putdowns or that will embarrass the individual.

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  • It's perfectly acceptable to show interest in a Virgo man, just try to do so discreetly, since you don't want to embarrass him.

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  • Make sure your children understand that photos and blog entries that seem funny now might come back to embarrass them in the future.

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  • If you're teaching middle school French, lesson plans and activities that encourage kids to talk in a way that doesn't embarrass them are hard to come by.

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  • The erotic pieces will make you feel like a tigress all day long, but you won't embarrass yourself or your roommate by being a bit too va-va-voom for a dorm room.

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  • Be certain the items displayed, however, will not embarrass graduates or make them feel uncomfortable about the doting parents who've saved everything for years.

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  • This can be a fun game, but don't let it turn into a mean-spirited activity designed to embarrass certain guests.

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  • He didn't embarrass her by asking and was thankful when at long last their flight was ready for boarding.

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  • Kevin Russell and Heath combined to embarrass the Preston keeper and lead to some rather childish tantrums from Beck on the touchline.

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  • There are plenty of games out there that are so old-fashioned they won't engage guests, while others are designed just to embarrass the honoree.

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  • Make sure you're not obvious about it - if you suddenly stop and say "Hey, do you like this?" you could embarrass him.

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  • In order to embarrass him Louis XI.

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  • In these processes, which do not take place at equal rates in different cases, all kinds of survivals remain lodged, and embarrass every attempt to fix the place of specific religions in any general course of development.

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  • Its only direct relation to the control of the press was a request made by it in the name of the Secretaries of State, War and the Navy that newspapers censor themselves in the matter of news that might help the enemy or embarrass the Government.

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