from The Century Dictionary.

  • Same as unshamefast.


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  • And at the last, when she felt him immoveable, though she were unshamefaced, yet she was ashamed, and all confused, arose and went her way.

    The Golden Legend, vol. 5

  • I ask of you likewise, with what face you could write so unshamefaced a lie in your paper?

    The fathers of the English Church; or, A selection from the writings of the ...

  • Whereas heretofore sundry great disorders and inconveniences have been found to ensue to this city by the inordinate haunting of great multitudes of people, specially youths, to plays, interludes, and shews: namely, occasion of frays and quarrels; evil practises of incontinency in great inns having chambers and secret places adjoining to their open stages and galleries; inveigling and alluring of maids, specially orphans and good citizens 'children under age, to privy and unmeet contracts; the publishing of unchaste, uncomly, and unshamefaced speeches and doings; withdrawing of the Queen's Majesty's subjects from divine service on

    Shakespearean Playhouses A History of English Theatres from the Beginnings to the Restoration


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