from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not disconcerted or embarrassed; poised.
- adj. Not concealed or disguised; obvious: unabashed disgust.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Not disconcerted or embarrassed.
- adj. That are not concealed or disguised, or not eliciting shame.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not abashed; not confused with shame or by modesty.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not embarrassed
Furthermore, even the most innocuous posts about Israel attract trolls who frequently engage in unabashed Jew-baiting.
This time, we follow the fortunes of four people who lock themselves inside a shopping mall to get away from the marauding dead and who then immerse themselves in unabashed consumerism, taking what they want from an array of clothing and jewelry shops, making gourmet meals, etc.
Leaving behind reproductive matters entirely, the site also indulged in unabashed sexual advocacy, offering a 411 on oral sex.
His fellow All-Stars from both teams watched in unabashed admiration.
The highlight of President Bush’s European tour may well be his visit on Sunday to this tiny country, one of the few places left where he can bask in unabashed pro-American sentiment without a protester in sight.
"Who needs it?" called the unabashed Fran, looking over the banisters.
And on this evening success stood at his back, patting him on the shoulder and telling him that he was making good, so that he could afford to laugh and make laughter and remain unabashed.
It made me feel the kind of unabashed music-listening-joy that my first exposure to The Go!
One need look no further than President Bush to witness the kind of unabashed greed that's driven the deficit so high.
The Betar did take on some fascist characteristics, such as unabashed militarism and the cult of the leader.