from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Lacking or exhibiting a lack of shame or embarrassment. See Synonyms at shameless.
- adj. Not blushing.
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- adj. not blushing.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Not blushing; shameless.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not blushing; hence, destitute of or not exhibiting shame; impudent; shameless: as, an unblushing assertion.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. feeling no shame
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An unblushing narcissist to the end, judging from these brief excerpts.
The music magazine further said "his funky, unblushing songs cemented his status as an enduring attraction on the black club circuit" -- something that can also be said of fellow southern soul performers Denise LaSalle, Bobby Rush and Theodis Ealey.
His racy, provocative songs kept him from ever getting widespread radio play, but "his funky, unblushing songs cemented his status as an enduring attraction on the black club circuit," Christopher Morris writes at Variety.
Shamefully, often politicians loud bluntly to close all types of closures permanently, while they remain in a part of ruling parties, but they declare vice-versa to open all forms of occlusions in unblushing manner while they thrashed in opposition's room.
As students of those volumes will be aware, his personal character was deplorable, his conduct abandoned, and his talent for mischief apparently inexhaustible; indeed, his one redeeming feature was his unblushing veracity as a memorialist.
Another scribe noted in the National Review that Rather's remarks proved that "you can be a network news grandee and bring out your moral relativism for all to see, unblushing and unashamed, when you have been cocooned among our agnostic elites for so long you think their attitudes are unremarkable."
"But, I do think; 'she continued, unblushing,' it will all be for the best."
IN the summer of 2006, at a moment when Hezbollah rockets were falling virtually without pause on northern Israel, Nizar Rayyan, husband of four, father of 12, scholar of Islam and unblushing executioner, confessed to me one of his frustrations.
Not only that, he claims that Twilight is very popular because it offers the "unblushing embrace of storytelling."
The two ladies almost jumped on hearing the grocer reply with an unblushing negative.