Sentence example with the word 'abash'

abash

abase, bother, chagrin, debase, discomfit, dismay, embarrass, humiliate, perturb, rattle, take down

Definition v. cause to be embarrassed

Last update: February 1, 2017


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It is wrong to abash a child for a mistake   [verb]

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Both girls nodded and laughed in rather an abashed fashion.   [adverb]

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The squire left the chamber abashed.   [adverb]

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She had sat silent and abashed in his presence, like a guilty creature.   [adjective]

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The officer appeared abashed, as though he understood that one might think of how many men would be missing tomorrow but ought not to speak of it.   [verb]

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Gordon's residence on a splendid house, whose grandness quite abashed her.   [verb]

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The throng of the citizens in particular abashed me.   [verb]

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She was not abashed at all by the many pairs of eyes watching her.   [verb]

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My sir was abashed, only because of his students were not present in the function which was organized by him.   [Please select]

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"To both, your highness," he answered so fairly that she was for the moment abashed.   [Please select]

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Some confusion between Abash (Abyssinia) and Abhas seems to be possibly at the bottom of the imbroglio.   [noun]

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