Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adverb In an abashed manner.

Etymologies

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abashed +‎ -ly

Examples

  • Sundance this year is packed with substance, and documentarians especially are tacking head-on issue that US print journalists, especially those who work for corporate-owned media, have abashedly refused to tackle.

    Naomi Wolf: Revolution at Sundance

  • Sundance this year is packed with substance, and documentarians especially are tacking head-on issue that US print journalists, especially those who work for corporate-owned media, have abashedly refused to tackle.

    Naomi Wolf: Revolution at Sundance

  • Sundance this year is packed with substance, and documentarians especially are tacking head-on issue that US print journalists, especially those who work for corporate-owned media, have abashedly refused to tackle.

    Naomi Wolf: Revolution at Sundance

  • Sundance this year is packed with substance, and documentarians especially are tacking head-on issue that US print journalists, especially those who work for corporate-owned media, have abashedly refused to tackle.

    Naomi Wolf: Revolution at Sundance

  • He explained, somewhat abashedly, that he was an inventor.

    The Burning Wire

  • When none was forthcoming, he hurried abashedly on.

    The Curse of the Wendigo

  • And I note, somewhat abashedly, that I said much of the same stuff in it that I said above.

    BOOK VIEW CAFE BLOG » Sex Sells–Lessons in Writing

  • He explained, somewhat abashedly, that he was an inventor.

    The Burning Wire

  • When none was forthcoming, he hurried abashedly on.

    The Curse of the Wendigo

  • When none was forthcoming, he hurried abashedly on.

    The Curse of the Wendigo

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