unself-conscious love



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  • adj. Alternative spelling of unselfconscious.


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  • That summer, someone named Matt Harding began posting videos of himself dancing spastic, cringe-worthy nerd dancing but so unself-conscious that it was infectiously joyful in various vacation spots.

    In the Plex

  • Directing her in several movies, notably the sex-soaked, sci-fi cult classic "Barbarella," Vadim who died in 2000 made Ms. Fonda a more natural and unself-conscious actress.

    Chameleon Jane

  • The music itself is still an amazing leap, the start of a world-music trend that was completely unself-conscious in its ability to meld South African pop and traditional forms with an American pop sensibility.

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  • He is nude, his trousers having burned away, but holds himself with an easy and unself-conscious grace.

    Etched in Bone

  • Throughout the film, Springsteen and the band members seem entirely unself-conscious, clearly oblivious to Rebo's presence, and completely immersed in the work at hand.

    Peter Birkenhead: Meet the Old Boss: Springsteen Revisits Darkness

  • City Ballet's co-founders, Balanchine and Lincoln Kirstein, set out to build a company based on American energy, athleticism and unself-conscious elegance.

    An American Apollo

  • Adams also has that unself-conscious chirpiness that says, "I may be acting like an idiot -- but I'm a happy idiot."

    Marshall Fine: Movie Review: The Muppets

  • But mainly what strikes you looking back is the general sense of otherworldliness, the complete making over of every surface of our urban landscape since, right down to the spindly people, jarringly gawky and unself-conscious as they caper about on unfenced boundary edges.

    My Beef with England: if only we had an Ian Botham now | Barney Ronay

  • The unlikely hero was Gump, unself-conscious in his Army dress uniform with combat medals at a peace rally on the Washington Mall.

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  • It was his self-aware but unself-conscious ease in negotiating the still treacherous waters of race that helped sell Obama to so many Americans in the first place.



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