Verb(1) cause to be embarrassed; cause to feel self-conscious
(1) Alright, so most teenagers wouldn't admit to having such a geeky passion, but I wasn't abashed in the least.(2) I was too abashed , too embarrassed that I had actually asked something like that!(3) She herself is having trouble accepting the rush of success, smiling with some abashment .(4) ├ö├ç├┐I just know I forgot to turn the water off,├ö├ç├û she whispered, abashed .(5) Others are less abashed about hiding what they see as flaws.(6) Katherine was slightly abashed at his forwardness and lingered outside of the house, not really wanting to go in.(7) When Jo saw who it was, she looked slightly abashed .(8) But she grinned and looked abashed , and muttered something about her grandchildren.(9) He stopped and crossed his eyes, his expression conveying abashment .(10) To her credit, the blond looked slightly abashed .(11) Her cheeks growing red, she looked to Adam, and brushing aside her own abashment , revealed, ├ö├ç├┐We've heard all about your recent adventures, and my, my, have you two ever been busy!├ö├ç├û(12) She was somewhat abashed when I pointed out that I had already done so in 1997!(13) The punky couple gave me a disdainful look, and I could only slink out abashed .(14) My eyes met hers briefly, and I looked away, abashed at being caught gazing.(15) He saw that she was not abashed and glared even more.(16) He tells that story, without abashment , with pride almost, but then being who he is he can get away with it.
(1) abash :: Abash
1. embarrass ::
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