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What is the opposite of abash?

16 antonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ɐbˈaʃ] [ɐbˈaʃ] [ɐ_b_ˈa_ʃ]
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Antonyms for Abash:

Common misspellings for Abash:

  • abrosia,
  • abuth,
  • ababy,
  • abaco,
  • jbsh,
  • habachi,
  • babish,
  • aboth,
  • bashar,
  • attash,
  • aeach,
  • abush,
  • ablish,
  • abbolish,
  • kibash,
  • aibrush,
  • ebach,
  • airbush,
  • atach,
  • wabbash,
  • accoblish,
  • rabish,
  • asysha,
  • abnessia,
  • kaibosh,
  • abath,
  • arashi,
  • estabish,
  • ayesh,
  • atashe,
  • abiah,
  • abrush,
  • apach,
  • abloish,
  • abbaci,
  • ayesha,
  • abollish,
  • abaove,
  • ebeach,
  • kabosh,
  • abass,
  • abnesia,
  • abth,
  • abaza,
  • aborah.

Usage examples of Abash:

  1. Any sense of inferiority abashes, with or without the sense of wrong. The poor are abashed at the splendor of wealth, the ignorant at the learning of the wise. " I might have been abashed by their authority." Gladstone Homeric Synchron., p. 72. [ H. '76.] To confuse is to bring into a state of mental bewilderment; to confound is to overwhelm the mental faculties; to daunt is to subject to a certain degree of fear. Embarrass is a strong word, signifying primarily hamper, hinder, impede. A solitary thinker may be confused by some difficulty in a subject, or some mental defect; one is embarrassed in the presence of others, and because of their presence. Confusion is of the intellect, embarrassment of the feelings. A witness may be embarrassed by annoying personalities, so as to become confused in statements. To mortify a person is to bring upon him a painful sense of humiliation, whether because of his own or another's fault or failure. A pupil is confused by a perplexing question, a general confounded by overwhelming defeat. A hostess is discomposed by the tardiness of guests, a speaker disconcerted by a failure of memory. The criminal who is not abashed at detection may be daunted by the officer's weapon. Sudden joy may bewilder, but will not abash The true worshiper is humbled rather than abashed before God. The parent is mortified by the child's rudeness, the child abashed at the parent's reproof. The embarrassed speaker finds it difficult to proceed. The mob is overawed by the military, the hypocrite shamed by exposure. " A man whom no denial, no scorn could abash Fielding Amelia bk. iii, ch. 9, p. 300. [ B. & amp; S. '71.] Compare CHAGRIN; HINDER. "", .
  2. Were England sunk Beneath the shifting tides, her heart, her brain, The smile she wears, the faith she holds, her best, Would live full- toned in the grand delivery Of his cathedral speech: an utterance Almost divine, and such as Hellespont, Crashing its breakers under Ida's frown, Inspired: yet worthier he, whose instrument Was by comparison the coarse reed- pipe; Whereof have come the marvellous harmonies, Which, with his lofty theme, of infinite range, Abash entrance, exalt. "The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith", George Meredith.
  3. Mrs. Maroney offered some brandy to the Madam, which she politely declined to take, but this did not in the least abash her, for she gulped down enough to stagger an old toper. "The Expressman and the Detective", Allan Pinkerton.

Rhymes for Abash:

  1. gash, flash, nash, ash, cash, mash, trash, ashe, rash, lash, sash, splash, hash, asch, stash, slash, clash, dash, smash, crash, bash, brash, thrash;
  2. cache, rehash;
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