financially embarrassed

financially embarrassed

Euph. broke. I'm a bit financially embarrassed at the moment. Gary found himself financially embarrassed when the time came to pay the bill.
See also: embarrass
References in classic literature ?
Like many others financially embarrassed, we had to disappear for a time from the gay whirl--at least until Saturday night pay-day.
In other words he has to keep his team a step ahead of the financially embarrassed remnants of what used to be a vibrant division.
Such actions can leave the victims and their families not only financially embarrassed or destitute, but also traumatised.
The fraud allegedly targeted those who were financially embarrassed proposing a quick purchase of their property and a lease back enabling families to continue to reside there as tenants.
But wasn't it all rather ironic that her announcement came just days after we were told not only would we lose a swathe of local courts, and the incumbent magistrates, but the financially embarrassed North Wales Police could be forced to shed 484 civilian staff and 250 front-line officers?
I urge the board to reconsider this "user -pays" approach to fee setting, send Letters of apology to the tow income members and reinstate those who were financially embarrassed or who felt compelled to resign over this issue.
As the financially embarrassed Western powers turn increasingly to oil-rich Arab states and corporations for help, the Arabs are in a position of unprecedented power to insist on a ceasefire and to broker a fair and lasting settlement for their Palestinian brethren.
Even among those attracted to a casino, most will come away poorer in pocket but not bankrupt or even financially embarrassed.
During a night out at Liverpool's Pan American club on Thursday the Westlife singer, 23, found himself financially embarrassed and unable to get the drinks in.
THIS season's Scottish Cup is a multi-million pound bonanza for financially embarrassed clubs in the Premier League.
Financially embarrassed, Oldham sold seven players last summer, among them those who were most important to the side that had just been knocked out of the play-offs.
So the voice that he hears in Keats's supreme poems is that of a "radiant being" who has little connection with the moody, insecure, financially embarrassed, sexually frustrated young man that appears in the letters and in the many poems that McFarland does not value--e.
A BRACE of goals from Kevin Scott earned financially embarrassed Oswestry their first victory of the season and lifted them off the foot of the League of Wales table.
It was however returned in 1774 only to be sold for pounds 10 when the family were financially embarrassed.
And for some of our good customers, we do not want to leave them financially embarrassed and we are prepared to be flexible.