Embarrassed us with - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
embarrass (someone) with (something) (redirected from embarrassed us with)
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!
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.
References in periodicals archive
He added: "Our position on replacing Halboussi with someone more balanced is still exist because he made us feel embarrassed us with
the rest of the blocs and turned the post to unqualified bids and adventures and who follows the CVs of the heads of the parliamentary committees that he appointed them will be" shocked.
Phil Weir, Falkirk, said: "A year ago the Celtic board said they would do something when a certain section embarrassed us with
the Poppy banner.
The temptation is to look at the table and assume we are playing against a lesser team but when we played them down here earlier in the season they embarrassed us with
a couple of tries they scored.