|without shame or embarrassment, brazenly||unabashedly|
|acute self-consciousness, lack of money, shame, uneasiness, confusion, something that causes self-consciousness||embarrassment|
|amaze, stun, confuse, bewilder; fail to discern a difference, mix up, bring to ruin, expressing anger, frustrate somebody or something, get things mixed up, make situation worse, put to shame, refute||confound|
|ashamed, embarrassed, humiliated; shy, bashful, showing shame, timid||shamefaced|
|bad reputation, public shame or disgrace; wicked or immoral act, evil deed, loss of rights or imprisonment, notoriety, shameful or criminal conduct||infamy|
|be embarrassed, be punished, cause a sharp stinging pain; hurt, feel a sharp stinging pain; feel distress or humiliation, cause or have sharp pain, clever, electronic, embarrassment or mental discomfort, fashionable, insolent, intelligence, intelligent...||smart|
|be flushed with embarrassment, emit a soft steady light, emit light and heat, feel warm and contented, gleam; radiate; shine; blush, redden, turn red or pink; be filled with a strong emotion (i.e. joy, pride, anger, etc.), happy feeling, light from som...||glow|
|bet boldly with losing hand, brazenly mislead||four-flush|
|bewilderment, disorder, disorder; bewilderment; embarrassment, disoriented state of mind, lack of clarity, mistaking one for another||confusion|
|blushful; embarrassed; having a red face (from anger, excitement, embarrassment or shame)||blushing|
|brazenly overbearing, flashy and vulgar, impudent; made of brass; like brass, of golden yellow color, something which is made of or similar to brass; insolent person, rude person, sounding like brass instruments||brassy|
|brazenness, impudence; lack of shame, lack of principles||shamelessness|
|capacity to feel unworthy, cause for regret, cause of shame, embarrass; bring dishonor; humiliate; compel through guilt, embarrassment; disgrace; dishonor, force somebody through shame, make somebody feel ashamed, make somebody feel inferior, negative ...||shame|
|cause a lack of comfort, cause unease, cause of lack of comfort, cause of unease, embarrassment, uneasiness; something which causes unease or hardship, make uncomfortable, state of physical unease||discomfort|
|cause feelings of shame to somebody, cause of shame or disrespect, put to shame, dishonor, state of being disapproved of||disgrace|
|cause unease, cause anxiety; shame, confuse, hold somebody or something up, make or become self-conscious||embarrass|
|causing shame or sorrow, causing sorrow, causing remorse, causing feelings of anguish||regrettable|
|contaminate, pollute, corrupt, mar; bring shame or dishonor upon; become tainted, corrupt somebody morally, flavor something, imperfection detracting from quality, pollute something, something detracting from purity of something, spoil, trace of someth...||taint|
|death and decay of living tissue, decay of a dead body or body part, putrefaction (Pathology); humiliation; suppression of fleshly desires for spiritual discipline, self-imposed hardship, shame, something causing mortification||mortification|
|decay, impose hardship on, shame somebody, humiliate; get gangrene; suppress fleshly desires for spiritual discipline||mortify|
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