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  • adv. In an unabashed manner; without embarrassment or hesitation.

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  • adv. in an unabashed manner


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unabashed +‎ -ly


  • From the start, Rauschenberg embraced Johns in unabashedly romantic terms, I have photos of him then that would break your heart.

    R.I.P Robert Rauschenberg

  • I suspect, with his keen eye for the picayune, he would have anticipated my current pretzel contretemps and he would have meditated at length upon this notion of “value,” a word unabashedly printed upon too many things, as if the word “Value” is a kind of naked lady you find in a deck of cards.

    Where is Nicholson Baker? : Edward Champion’s Reluctant Habits

  • He mentions the "J" word unabashedly, performed his Grammy-winning song "At Angel Wing."

    CNN Transcript Mar 25, 2005

  • A little figure that was passing rapidly along the corridor stopped on seeing the door ajar and waved a long supple hand and wagged a frizzly flaxen poll and gave a humorous wink out of his gray-green eyes and called unabashedly, before he resumed his skurrying flight:

    Under the Skylights

  • Californian indie-rock heroes Pavement -- who wore the slacker tag unabashedly, if not proudly, in the 1990s -- worked enough magic Sunday at Roy Wilkins Auditorium to make their lackadaisical reputation disappear.


  • Where will this kind of unabashedly cynical behavior take us in the course of the next two years?

    Barbara Leaming: The New Start Treaty: A Question of Conscience for the GOP

  • That Michael Jackson sound which is a little bit of disco, a little bit of pop, some R&B, taking from here and there and making kind of unabashedly pop music with a capital "P" is something that you hear on the radio now.

    CNN Transcript Sep 3, 2009

  • And yet it's weirdly interesting, particularly in the age of the blog, when assumedly this kind of unabashedly self-centered private rambling is out of vogue.

    More books (What if No One's Watching?)

  • Grantham "unabashedly" worships bubbles, reckoning it is absolutely mandatory to identify "hugely mispriced major sectors or asset classes among equities." News

  • Ahmet İnsel, a senior political analyst who has written extensively against these courses, says the classes are "unabashedly" trampling the principle of a democratic state.

    TODAY'S ZAMAN :: News


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