embarrass (someone) with (something)

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embarrass (someone) with (something)

To shame someone with something. Mom, I can't believe you embarrassed me with my baby pictures when all of my friends were over!
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embarrass someone with something

to use something to make someone feel bad or ashamed. Please don't embarrass me with that old story again. Maria embarrassed Henry with a reminder of what had happened.
See also: embarrass
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He responded by saying that her reply really embarrassed him with a joke on the side: "No, I did not find it." Amer replied to her fan saying that he was lucky that she was in a good mood that day because she usually deals with stuff like that in a severe way.