Embarrass

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Socially AwkwardPlay
Used when someone's actions cause others social discomfort or awkwardness. SlideLaughing at him in front of our friends seemed to embarrass him.
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Accidental SlipPlay
Often happens without intent, when someone says or does something thoughtlessly. SlideI didn't mean to embarrass her by bringing up that topic.
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Sensitive TopicsPlay
Be cautious with topics that may easily make someone feel embarrassed. SlideDiscussing financial matters can embarrass some people.