Watch her strip down to the point of embarrassment, accidentally revealing her “nana,” unaware of how much she was taking off.
Bad publicity surrounding Hasan's mentor may rebound, to Saleh's embarrassment.
Basically, my mother said with a touch of embarrassment, everyone else seemed to have a filter, so they bought one, too.
Men face the embarrassment of not being able to do their jobs—performance issues can lead to a very long day.
An embarrassment of accolades and opportunities have come my way during this past year.
The embarrassment was because of her inability to extend to us the hospitality she desired.
"No, not yet," Mary admitted, without sign of embarrassment.
It was not till now that he felt the embarrassment of such an arrival.
His embarrassment, or ugliness of temper, or whatever it was, was gone.
David by this time has grown scarlet with embarrassment and confusion.
1670s, "state of being impeded, obstructed, entangled" (of affairs, etc.), from embarrass + -ment, or from French embarrassement, from embarrasser.
As "a mental state of unease," from 1774. Meaning "thing which embarrasses" is from 1729. Earlier words expressing much the same idea include baishment "embarrassment, confusion" (late 14c.); baishednesse (mid-15c.).