verb-transitive: To make ashamed or uneasy; disconcert. See Synonyms at embarrass.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
“And sore must be the storm / That could abash the little bird / That kept so many warm.”
Admiration was not in it, for it did not agitate; nor audacity, for it did not abash; but something that thrilled warm through blood and nerves, that filled her with a glad submission to some power, absolute yet tender, and caused her to turn . . .
Judah or Israel, descended from the rocks and caverns in which he dwelt in abstracted solitude, to abash earthly tyrants in the midst of their pride, by discharging on them the blighting denunciations of Divine Majesty, even as the cloud discharges the lightnings with which it is fraught on the pinnacles and towers of castles and palaces.
Then said Brynhild, “Ill to abash folk of their mirth; prithee do not so; let us talk together for our disport of mighty kings and their great deeds.”
You must find those ADULTS to expect the abash these themes.