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characterized by or done without shame

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not embarrassed

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It's good stuff, all around, walking a whole bunch of fine musical lines, but the result is a sound that's both classic and unabashedly the band's own.
The eight settings, which the composer indicates grew out of "hope and anticipation, joy and freedom, faith and redemption," reflect the timeless appeal of a genre whose sentiments are unabashedly simple yet powerful.
In the word-processing age, every writer occasionally falls prey to liberal cutting and pasting, but few do so as unabashedly as does Pearce.
Patton unabashedly sought glory and recognition in every battle.
Most essays were previously published in various periodical venues, but now they are collected into one serious-minded, scientific, and unabashedly pro-environmental volume.
Not only were elite boys discouraged from physical activity and loud, boisterous behavior; they were also rewarded and praised for exhibiting traits that were unabashedly feminine.
Unabashedly hillbilly in a way that doesn't fit into accepted Dirty South b-boy modalities, Troy confronts unavoidable discomfit of his racialized and class-ascendant presence head on.
unabashedly labeled the vote on WTO membership "a transformational moment [through which[ we are transferring from the United States at a practical level significant authority to a new organization.
IN THE CASE of Chicago's Make Believe, however, artistic evolution is something that is unabashedly critiqued courtesy of the echoes of angular, distorted guitars, rollicking rhythms and frantic vocals, which all coalesce to shoot a jolt in the direction of the traditional punk rock mindset .
On the other hand, France is unabashedly historical in his perspective.
As Goldberg observes, the kind of high production values and unabashedly seductive aesthetics exemplified by Just's and Julien's projects are no longer taboo, and, in fact, are increasingly apparent in contemporary performance.
Rice should be applauded for attempting a memoir that lets its hybrid nature glare through, unabashedly.
The Philadelphia-based Baptist minister was unabashedly candid in describing his political realignment.
In a country where one of the most popular genres of music is called "alternative," the great refusenik Henry David Thoreau is a national icon, and acknowledged pot smokers have served as president (Bill Clinton) and speaker of the House (Newt Gingrich), would the last unabashedly mainstream American please turn off The Lawrence Welk Show?
Yet the current administration's unabashedly conservative tilt has many legal experts concerned that while the case of the SLDN 12 will keep the military's unfair gay bashing and expulsions before the media, the accused will not be putting on uniforms again anytime soon.