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- adv. In an unblushing manner, without shame, or shamelessly
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an unblushing or shameless manner.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. without blushing
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On the stock market, the DPA's title unblushingly attributes the stock fall to political uncertainty.
I will throw a scarf over my head, though; not because I need it, "unblushingly," but because I have a lace one that is very becoming. "
A visitor to Boston noted in 1872 that there was “hardly a newspaper that does not contain their open and printed advertisements, or a drug store whose shelves are not crowded with nostrums publicly and unblushingly displayed.”
While the reform of history teaching so as to instil what Gove unblushingly calls "our island story" is to be led by the non-ideological celebrity scholar Simon Schama, it appears that the non-ideological revival of letters is to be led by Gove himself, wearing his FR Leavis hat.
For the rest of the time he was happy to hang out with the hangers-on and unblushingly records regular visits to peer over the garden wall which enable him to tell us that in 1985 "the lawn was very green".
Mercedes was unblushingly candid when Saxon reproached her.
I do not lie about things of such cosmic importance ... they've booked a cow farm for a happening unblushingly to be known as RonStock.
Roosevelt Library, in Hyde Park, the author unblushingly places himself at the center of momentous historical forces.
He has zero connection with London (at least Boris has a long-standing claim to have worked there beyond his life as an MP), lives on an asteroid, is a would-be aging Lothario and backed each candidate for leadership of his party just in time for each of his choices to implode before moving quite unblushingly on to the next Nut Cutlet.
Whitley Bey broke wind explosively and unblushingly.