from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. In a shameless manner; without shame; impudently; as a man shamelessly wicked.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a shameless manner; without shame; impudently.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. without shame
Expelled, who use the term shamelessly to attack evolution, people on all sides of the political spectrum should rally around this call for change.
But Jennifer Wurst - who lives with her partner in a rented, gray-shingled house in rural Maine, with rooms so spare and clean they could be the setting for a catalog shoot for the kind of high-end clothing Wurst cannot afford and would not buy anyway - uses the word shamelessly.
But he luffed the boat less delicately, spilling the wind shamelessly from the sail so as to prolong the tack to the north shore.
KG yet again shamelessly supporting angdesj - I think you two should start sending joint comments so we don't have to read the same thing twice.
It is not we of the foreign community so many among our kin shamelessly call themselves "Gringos" as if they can "Step&Fetch" their way into their desired Mexican community by tap dancing their way in a la Birmingham Brown of Charlie Chan fame but I´ll tell you this.
Cribbing shamelessly from the wolfire blog, this is how it works:
Title of this post stolen shamelessly from the comments.
©2008 Helen G, except the photo (which appears by kind permission of Red Chidgey) and the logo (which was stolen shamelessly from the Feminist Activist Forum website)
Not to mention, all this pointless bickering over â€˜fake imagesâ€ ™ distracts from the real issue hereâ€ ¦ the issue that Repugs are again shamelessly exploiting the deaths of 3000 innocent Americans for political gainâ€ ¦ 3000 Americans that, incidentally, were killed on their watch.
Not to mention, all this pointless bickering over ‘fake images’ distracts from the real issue here … the issue that Repugs are again shamelessly exploiting the deaths of 3000 innocent Americans for political gain … 3000 Americans that, incidentally, were killed on their watch.
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