Want to find out what does the word abash mean? We gathered all the possible definitions of the word abash on our website. Our definition dictionary is updated all the time with new definitions and is ready to help you.
abashPart of speech: Verb Usage examples "abash":
- The toast of the Prince of Wales and the Princess Royal was received with an enthusiasm that must have tended at once to elate and abash the little hero and heroine of the day. - "Life of Her Most Gracious Majesty the Queen, (Victoria) Vol II", Sarah Tytler.
- Did a new canvas never deter or abash him? - "A Wanderer in Paris", E. V. Lucas.
- Ay, naybours all, broke in Farmer Tresidder, his bald head bedewed with sweat, I don't want to abash 'ee, Lord knows; but 'tis trew as doom that I be a passing well- to- do chap. - "I Saw Three Ships and Other Winter Tales", Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch.