The verb form of embarrassment is embarrass.
The abstract noun forms of the verb to embarrass are embarrassment and the gerund, embarrassing.
The noun form for the verb 'to embarrass' is the gerund, embarrassing, and embarrassment.
don't embarrass urself OR ELSE.........................
Yes, the word 'embarrassment' is a noun, a word for an emotion.
Embarrass is spelt E-M-B-A-RR-A-SS
EMBARRASSMENT (The noun formation of "to embarrass" - to cause mental or emotional discomfort)
No, the noun 'embarrassment' is a common noun, a general word for an emotion; a word for the embarrassment of anyone at any time.A proper noun is the name or title of a specific person, place, or thing; for example, Embarrass Township in Saint Louis County, MN (pop. 607) or Embarrass, WI (pop. 404).
The word embarrassing is the present participle of the verb 'to embarrass'. The present participle is also a gerund (verbal noun) and an adjective. The noun form for the verb embarrass is embarrassment.
The word meaning "the state of being embarrassed" is spelt embarrassment.