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 for embarrassed
From Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0 :

  142 Moby Thesaurus words for "embarrassed":
     abashed, abroad, adrift, afflicted, agitated, annoyed, anxious,
     ashamed, astray, at sea, badly off, balled-up, beset, bewildered,
     blushful, blushing, bothered, broke, burdened with debt, cast down,
     chagrined, chaotic, chapfallen, clueless, confused, crestfallen,
     crushed, deep in debt, discomfited, discomforted, discomposed,
     disconcerted, disgraced, dismayed, disordered, disorganized,
     disoriented, disquieted, distracted, distraught, distressed,
     disturbed, down to bedrock, encumbered, feeling the pinch, flushed,
     flustered, fluttered, fussed, guessing, hangdog, harassed, hard up,
     humbled, humiliated, hung up, ill at ease, ill off, impecunious,
     in Queer Street, in a fix, in a jumble, in a maze, in a pickle,
     in a pother, in a pucker, in a scrape, in a stew, in a sweat,
     in a swivet, in a tizzy, in debt, in difficulties,
     in embarrassed circumstances, in hock, in narrow circumstances,
     in reduced circumstances, in straitened circumstances, in the hole,
     in the red, inconvenienced, indebted, insolvent, involved, irked,
     jumbled, land-poor, lost, mazed, mixed-up, mortgaged, mortified,
     narrow, off the track, on the edge, out of countenance,
     out of pocket, perplexed, perturbed, pinched, plagued,
     plunged in debt, poor, poorly off, put to it, put-out, put-upon,
     puzzled, rattled, red, red-faced, reduced, ruddy, ruffled,
     self-conscious, shaken, shamed, shamefaced, shamefast, sheepish,
     shook, short, short of cash, short of funds, short of money,
     shuffled, sore beset, squeezed, straitened, strapped, tied up,
     troubled, turned around, uncomfortable, uneasy, unmoneyed,
     unprosperous, unsettled, upset, vexed, without a clue, worried
  
  

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