unselfconsciously love



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  • adv. in a manner which is not self-conscious

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  • adv. in a comfortable unselfconscious manner


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unselfconscious + -ly


  • Most of the adults present were dancing unselfconsciously, meaning that we were able to bequeath our best moves to our son before he got too old to know any better.

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  • It was the sort of thing that inspires people to unselfconsciously refer to the country as a "Republic" because it sounds more profound.

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  • One can unselfconsciously describe this year's lineup as cutting edge, admitting frontrunners in realms as diverse as chillwave (Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti) analogue synth voyaging (Oneohtrix Point Never), and Syrian dance music (Omar Souleyman).

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  • This queasy climate is making men think twice about things they used to do unselfconsciously.

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  • In these paintings the women seem so peaceful and seem to be enjoying the outdoors so unselfconsciously.

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  • I imagine I'll then smile, at last unselfconsciously, as I wordlessly witness the weightless Mystery.

    mise-en-scène - French Word-A-Day

  • Free from national ambitions, the city, which has morphed into Germany's equivalent of Silicon Valley, now feels consciously international—or perhaps unselfconsciously post-German.

    Conducting a Transfer of Power

  • There's virtually no question that seems to stump her—from the identifications of the photos populating the walls, to famous guests who visited or stayed at Val-Kill, to the year the pool, where, in one photo, FDR basked unselfconsciously in swim trucks, his useless legs arrayed before him, was closed: 1971.

    First Lady, First-Hand

  • When Khan shows up in San Francisco to join his younger brother, who left India as an undergraduate, he is unselfconsciously shepherded around town by his sister-in-law, an academic who favors the kind of severe Muslim Brotherhood-chic headscarf that doesn't reveal a single strand of hair.

    The Accidental Terrorist

  • I don't mean change location altogether (e.g., to go to the bathroom, though that too): merely how often you shift a hand, a foot; how frequently you scratch assorted body parts before dropping off; how unselfconsciously you alter position very slightly to find the most comfortable one.

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