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- adj. Not embarrassed
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Not embarrassed.
- adj. Not perplexed in mind; not confused; as, the speaker appeared unembarrassed.
- adj. Free from pecuniary difficulties or encumbrances.
- adj. Free from perplexing connection; as, the question comes into court unembarrassed with irrelevant matter.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not embarrassed, in any sense.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not embarrassed
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At the same time, I would say that European SF gives its readers a kind of unembarrassed romanticism that's different in tone from what you'll typically find in Asimov's or a Year's Best anthology.
But then good big sisters are supposed to be generous and indulgent, and perhaps this unembarrassed eagerness to talk up each other's talent is one of the advantages of working with family.
Their white teeth split their faces into wide and unembarrassed grins.
I love the unembarrassed sensuality/sexuality of it.
Then, gradually, the drug overwhelmed her and she drifted into unconsciousness once again, unaware and unembarrassed that when she lost control of her mind, she also lost control of her bladder.
Maybe one of the greatest albums ever, and we are completely unembarrassed to tell you that Nine Inch Nails opening for David Bowie at the Seattle Center in 1995 (we are a LOT older than you think we are, y'all) is to this day one of the best live shows we have ever seen.
In turning our backs on all aspects of religion, we allow it to claim as its exclusive dominion areas of experience that should rightly belong to all mankind – and that we should feel unembarrassed about reappropriating for the secular realm.
Leary states that "even with the best intentions, ruin photography cannot help but exploit a city's misery"; he defines some elements of 'ruin porn' as "the exuberant connoisseurship of dereliction; the unembarrassed rejoicing at the 'excitement' of it all, hastily balanced by the liberal posturing of sympathy for a 'man-made Katrina.'"
Still there's no missing their common factors—the same gleeful assaultiveness, the party atmosphere, the unembarrassed rationalizations for criminal brutality.
France, with a deficit running around 7% of GDP and debt equal to almost 82% of its GDP, is unembarrassed demanding not only that these limits be met but that all nations adopt balanced-budget amendments.