They had suffered enough embarrassment in front of their friends and family.
After spending some time teaching in Hexham, he suffered financial embarrassment and had to move away.
"Then I would suffer embarrassment, distress, and perhaps punishment," he said.
He would much rather suffer embarrassment than a crash!
Among those seeking removals, more than half reported that they "suffered embarrassment".
If anybody fails to get his whole list, he suffers deep embarrassment at the meal where that item was supposed to be on the menu.
He suffered even worse embarrassment on the way back, as he had to ride in a car with an elderly aunt.
According to the magazine, a number of athletes appearing on its cover have shortly thereafter suffered injury or professional embarrassment.
This month the Blair government suffered acute embarrassment through the leak of two internal memos.
In the North, too, black Americans suffered humiliation, insult, embarrassment, and discrimination.