I would just embarrass myself.
“Don’t embarrass us,” he said.
It has, however, managed to thoroughly embarrass our city.
For those who might want to check out Bird's Aphrodisiac Oyster Shack without having to embarrass themselves, the restaurant hosts other themed nights such as Tuesday night trivia and live music and comedy on Fridays.
“You’re going to embarrass your mother.”
Mark Hughes was in a sour mood after watching Manchester City udderly embarrass Southampton.
I said, "because we wanted to embarrass Saddam Hussein," and he said, "Embarrass?
But the North often accuses Seoul of orchestrating these defections to undermine and embarrass them.
Mr Dorsey's intervention in a fusillade of tweets could hardly have been timed better to embarrass his much mightier rival.
Traditionally politicians step very carefully around these issues so as not embarrass the Queen and upset the constitutional order.
If you point out that a CEO's favorite Android tablet is a risk, you could embarrass her; if you find that programmers have been operating a contraband server for months, you risk embarrassing the same security team you're hoping will buy your service.
He claimed in a lengthy statement that the man had tried to blackmail the family and accused him of threatening to reveal the relationship "to deliberately embarrass my wife, family, and Liberty University unless we agreed to pay him substantial monies."
While the PM can urge for schools to relaunch, the decision to reopen ultimately rests with the local authority – a decentralised power that led several English councils to embarrass the government by not relaunching to Downing Street’s schedule in June.
What these outside agitators — Wells, the British press and the Italian Embassy — accomplished was to embarrass the Northern newspapers, which eventually denounced lynching communities as barbarous and anarchic with headlines like “More Southern Savagery.”
The claims threaten to embarrass the Russian government as the G8 summit of world leaders gets under way in Moscow and the Kremlin launches the controversial $80bn (£44bn) flotation of Rosneft, whose main production assets were allegedly stolen from Yukos.
Kent was twice denied by a lunging Kristoffer Ajer as Rangers threatened to embarrass their rivals on their own patch, while Celtic's only flirtation with goal came when substitute Leigh Griffiths managed to round Allan McGregor but could not find the target.
It is widely accepted that both sides may have committed war crimes in the year-long siege, but the scale of the crimes attributed to Haftar’s allies has the potential to embarrass his principal external backers France, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt and Jordan.
The trial is expected to become a slow drip of evidence that will embarrass the Russian government by debunking a variety of conspiracy theories promoted by state media, and it may implicate senior Kremlin officials already linked to the disaster by existing evidence.
Donald Trump's campaign sought to intimidate Hillary Clinton and embarrass her husband by seating women who have accused former president Bill Clinton of sexual abuse in the Trump family's box at the presidential debate here Sunday night, according to four people involved in the discussions.
These papers give the instructions for systematic destruction issued in 1961 after Iain Macleod, secretary of state for the colonies, directed that post-independence governments should not get any material that "might embarrass Her Majesty's government", that could "embarrass members of the police, military forces, public servants or others eg police informers", that might compromise intelligence sources, or that might "be used unethically by ministers in the successor government".
- cause to be embarrassed; cause to feel self-conscious
- hinder or prevent the progress or accomplishment of
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These papers give the instructions for systematic destruction issued in 1961 after Iain Macleod secretary of state for the colonies directed that post-independence governments should not get any material that might embarrass Her Majesty's government that could embarrass members of the police military forces public servants or others eg police informers that might compromise intelligence sources or that might be used unethically by ministers in the successor government