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abashed

[uh-basht]
adjective
ashamed or embarrassed; disconcerted: My clumsiness left me abashed.

Origin:
1300–50; Middle English; see abash, -ed2

abashedly [uh-bash-id-lee] , adverb
abashedness, noun
unabashed, adjective
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abashed (əˈbæʃt)
 
adj
ill at ease, embarrassed, or confused; ashamed
 
a'bashedly
 
n

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abash
c.1300, from O.Fr. esbaiss-, stem of esbaer "gape with astonishment," from es "out" + ba(y)er "to be open, gape," from L. *batare "to yawn, gape," from root *bat, possibly imitative of yawning. Bashful is a 16c. derivative.
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