from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not self-conscious; natural and genuine.
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- adj. Not self-conscious; natural and genuine
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not self-conscious
Once inside, Franken's close to your worst nightmare as a guest, seeking out people like Henry Kissinger and Boyden Gray to mock with the kind of unselfconscious glee that makes him look slightly unhinged.
My daughter just decided to go to the college I graduated from 30 years ago — Smith — and has been deluged with outrageous homophobic comments, made with the kind of unselfconscious impunity with which bigots once spoke about Jews or Blacks.
But I'm convinced that from this kind of unselfconscious hyper-local personal story-telling, you'll discover that you and I are not all that different.
Ms. Arianda is quite a bit more hard-edged than Holliday—her Noo Yawk accent could shatter bulletproof glass at a thousand yards—but also quiveringly vulnerable and full of an unselfconscious delight in her own self-evident appeal.
But that made me realize that somewhere in our long lost “baby years” we lose our sense of unselfconscious fun.
A walking talking 'conflict of interest', and completely unselfconscious about it.
They seem to be completely unselfconscious about running quite spectacular social lives from the parental home.
En Fa Mineur closed the recital and brought the house down in a blaze of unselfconscious glory.
The four-part program, by the Israeli troupe's artistic director, Ohad Naharin, lasts about an hour and feels like an unselfconscious nod to the YouTube generation.
Of short, unselfconscious days, and of being human.
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