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- adj. Without blushes; unblushing.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Free from blushes; incapable of blushing; shameless; impudent.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Without a blush; unblushing; past blushing; impudent; barefaced; shameless: as, “blushless crimes,”
Thus had her first sense of horror been blunted, and blushless become her keen, womanly shame.
Look with what a blushless face of triumph she eyes her poor tottering neighbour opposite, who never appears destined "to suffer a recovery."
There she sat, a sketch-book on a green table beside her and a board in her lap, brazenly painting -- and a more blushless piece of assurance than
On the other side the blushless captain of dragoons listened, with downcast eyes, to the sentimental compliments of Beaumarchais, and suffered himself, without a smile, to be compared to the Maid of Orleans, 'says the Duc de Broglie.
Then, ah! then, moreover, will the novelist's Art, now neither blushless infant nor executive man, have attained its majority.
When the wife lifts high the blushless front and brazens out her guilt; when the child, with loud voice, throws off all control and makes boast of disobedience, -- man revolts at the audacity; his spirit arms against his wrong: its face, at least, is bare; the blow, if sacrilegious, is direct.
In some of their letters, therefore, which he received soon after, they expressed their surprise at his not having been more urgent in his application, and again recommended the blushless assiduity of successful merit.
With blushless front you durst your friend betray,
a certain little wanton's green room _on dits_, or the chaste conversations of the blushless naiads who sport and frolic in the