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Correct spelling: embarrass

Definition of embarrass:

  1. Embarrassment; obstruction.

Google Ngram Viewer results for embarrass:

This graph shows how "embarrass" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for embarrass:

  1. Doing their best, doubtless, to embarrass me with additional wealth. –  by
  2. Vonnie had a good deal to say about Michael from time to time, which was calculated to embarrass Peter. –  by
  3. Hereupon the prior, standing up and speaking as one for all, said that the church was in good order, that the Rule was strictly and religiously observed indoors, and that matters out of doors were carefully and discreetly conducted, save some slight debt, in which ourselves, like our neighbours, were involved; but that, in fact, there was no debt which could embarrass us. –  by

Quotes for embarrass:

  1. There's something liberating about not pretending. Dare to embarrass yourself. Risk.
  2. Never ask what sort of computer a guy drives. If he's a Mac user, he'll tell you. If not, why embarrass him?
  3. I've always been able to make choices that don't embarrass me.
  4. A creationist can embarrass an evolutionist by asking for a definition of species.
  5. We're going to break a story that there are people on the staff on the 9 -11 Commission that didn't want the 9 -11 Commissioners to know the details of Able Danger because of the potential to embarrass those commissioners.

Rhymes for embarrass:

  1. terrace;
  2. ferrous, heiress, ferris, meris;
  3. polaris;