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characterized by or done without shame

Synonyms for unabashed

not embarrassed

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The Professor, unabashed, seized the nearest Indian by the shoulder and proceeded to lecture upon him as if he were a potted specimen in a class-room.
Kama entered the Tivoli, tall, lean, muscular, and fur-clad, the pick of his barbaric race and barbaric still, unshaken and unabashed by the revellers that rioted about him while Daylight gave his orders.
And on this evening success stood at his back, patting him on the shoulder and telling him that he was making good, so that he could afford to laugh and make laughter and remain unabashed.
"Well, and if I have," he returned unabashed. "But let me remind you that this situation came to me unasked.
Assuming the fixed, unabashed stare and the stony expression reserved for the casual customer, she walked in behind the counter.
'When,' pursued the locksmith, quite unabashed and wholly regardless of these interruptions, 'when he was taken to the jail, he found that his fellow-prisoner, in the same room, was a young man, Hugh by name, a leader in the riots, who had been betrayed and given up by himself.
Bibliophiles have an unabashed regard for the power of words to enlighten, empower, educate and entertain.
Unabashed, the grinning one unveils Virgin Space Ship Enterprise, the world's first commercial rocket for space tourists.
JK Rowling said she was 'honoured' to receive the Fiction Award for Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, the fifth in the boy wizard series, adding that 'unabashed adult Harry Potter fans are very, very dear to my heart.'
The author, a vegan and sociologist, devotes most of the book to an analysis of how people become vegetarians; he describes the vegetarian "movement" with an unabashed bias toward this lifestyle choice as a "morally" superior one.
Norah Vincent, an unabashed righty whose writings once so offended transsexuals that they picketed her newspaper's office, is now a contributor to the op-ed pages of the Los Angeles Times (as well as a writer on this page).
While Steinmetz himself is clearly an unabashed cultural innovator, evidenced by his adoption of the pipe into Catholic funeral rituals, he has less patience for other "innovators," such as militants who contend that only Lakota should manipulate Lakota symbols -- ironically a stance which has garnered much sympathy from contemporary missiologists.
224-31.) At the same time, Evans challenges almost every major proposition in What is History?, thus creating a strange contradiction because the dust-jacket proclaims Evans to have written "a worthy successor to What is History?" Even if some publisher's lackey wrote that particular passage, the effect is peculiar in view of Evans' affinity with Elton's unabashed championing of the sovereignty of sources as the pathway to an objective truth.
"I am a nobody myself," says Alderson, the host of The Nobody Show: Your Unabashed Voice of the Left and Left Out.
Called elegies because of their form (elegiac couplets) rather than their subject matter, the poems are works of unabashed sensuality.