from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Feeling or showing no remorse, shame, or embarrassment:
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- adj. feeling or showing no shame, embarrassment or remorse
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- adj. used of persons or their behavior; feeling no shame
It is culture, false and unashamed, that is the danger.
Eliot Weinberger's discussion of Susan Sontag's "unashamed" Eurocentrism scants consideration of her taste in cinema, an art she loved as much as literature, and thereby diminishes it.
I don't like ironic music but I dunno 'unashamed', it's not like .. you hear all of this music and that's like the Pop Sentiment, that you have to walk to the fine line of being cheesy before you like eeegggh.
The channel is described as an "unashamed" celebration of all things British and launches with a variety of British-themed programming including When Louis Met ... and Coast.
This is where the rain waits to pour over anyone unashamed to show God the clouds of their blue sky.
Yes | No | Report from 4trx300 wrote 1 year 1 week ago if you have ever made a knife youll know its not that simple if you want one your unashamed to show you friends. but we all start somewhere. good luck to those who try it. by the way if you need to buy a gaurd you will probobly have to buy a blade also.
What you'll find is a site dedicated to catching, cooking, and being generally unashamed of chasing species like dogfish, skate, and sea robins ... a.k.a. "trash fish."
While theoretical academics and self-conscious modernists shy away from the sentimental pitfalls of such subjects as love, sex and death, the country and western crooners would give the human tragi-comedy full unashamed voice.
L'Enclume gets much of its ingredients from its own farm and while there is nothing rustic about Rogan's food – it is modernist and unashamed about its interest in process – it does show a commitment to the good stuff.
For the first European visitors, these islands, above all Tahiti, seemed paradisiacal dreamlands of free love and unashamed physical beauty.
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