embarrass


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shame

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to cause (a person) to be self-consciously distressed

to make complex, intricate, or perplexing

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But as site operator Peter Anthony Mosier asks, "How can accurate quotes from the Watch Tower's publication possibly embarrass the Watch Tower?
Our intent is not to malign or embarrass the authors, but to emphasize the importance of an adequate literature search when preparing a manuscript.
So the last thing you'd want to do is embarrass yourself in front of such a seasoned professional.
Their pits embarrass politicians Your innocence embarrasses politicians Your agony embarrasses politicians Sister my sister there are lessons to be learned from death
The poll also found that moms embarrass their children a little less (28 per cent of the time) than fathers who manage to embarrass their kids about 40 per cent of the time.
Ye gods, if we've got to put up with all the sleepless nights and nappy changes, not to mention the horror of their adolescence, the leastamum or dad can expect in return is the right to embarrass their kids.