- some event that causes someone to be embarrassed
"the outcome of the vote was an embarrassment for the liberals"
- the state of being embarrassed (usually by some financial inadequacy)
"he is currently suffering financial embarrassments"
- He noticed her embarrassment.
- Tom's embarrassment grew.
- Tom is an embarrassment.
- I was feverish with embarrassment.
- He turned away from them in embarrassment.
- She wanted to spare him embarrassment.
- This is an embarrassment in and of itself.
- Giggling with embarrassment, she held out the condom.
- Having said it, Mayu hangs her head in embarrassment.
- To her embarrassment, her baby never stopped crying.
- "I need some money," Dima said, with a tone of embarrassment.