Many people blame China for pursuing its national interests in such a bold and unembarrassed fashion.
Prejudice against Arabs is widespread and, on the political right, unembarrassed.
And yet it has also created a sexual environment that would seem to demand a sophisticated, unembarrassed, mainstream interpreter.
Surely with a little goodwill and unembarrassed by the assistance of experts, lawyers, and wigs generally, we can settle that!
And she laughed her delicious, unembarrassed laugh of a child.
And so she began now, unembarrassed as a child, a long examination all about her husband.
The chief was unembarrassed, dignified, and courtly in his address.
The secretary entered the drawing-room with the unembarrassed step of a somnambulist.
The girl was young, good-looking, unembarrassed, very much at home.
But the Prince's face was a picture of unembarrassed pleasure.
1670s, "perplex, throw into doubt," from French embarrasser (16c.), literally "to block," from embarras "obstacle," from Italian imbarrazzo, from imbarrare "to bar," from in- "into, upon" (see in- (2)) + Vulgar Latin *barra "bar."
Meaning "hamper, hinder" is from 1680s. Meaning "make (someone) feel awkward" first recorded 1828. Original sense preserved in embarras de richesse (1751), from French (1726): the condition of having more wealth than one knows what to do with. Related: Embarrassed; embarrassing; embarrassingly.