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Synonyms for unblushing

characterized by or done without shame

Synonyms for unblushing

feeling no shame


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Once, twice, and again in his peroration he repeated his demand, using always--that they might see he was acquainted with their local argot--using always, I say, the word which the Inspector had given him in England long ago--the short, adhesive word which, by itself, surprises even unblushing Ethiopia.
A mild harvest night, by the tranquil light Of the modest and gentle moon, Has a far sweeter sheen for me, I ween, Than the broad and unblushing noon.
These are the subjects of constant and unblushing violation.
Interacting with Twigs, it's hard to imagine this unblushing seductress emerging from the same soft-spoken young woman who shyly offers me cupcakes and tea.
Biographer Jeremy Hodges said: "It would seem some unblushing daughter of Venus did Louis a lasting injury .
As Anthony Lane wrote in his review, "The Artist will cleave--far more loyally than Mel Brooks' Silent Movie (1976) did--to the rules of the game, supplying not just printed titles, but a breathless musical score, unblushing melodrama, a bouquet of sight gags, a girl with a kiss curl, and a corpulent cop.
My Messy Body takes an unblushing look at all the ways our body eliminates waste and explains the physiology and purpose of tears, sweat, earwax, nasal mucus/snot, urine/ pee, feces/poo, vomit and pus.
An unblushing confidence that they are the defenders of the faith called to cleanse the church of Vatican II heresies, including the laity's participation in the administration and ministry of the church.
D]ictates of reason and utility are the results of circumstances which requires genius to discover, strength of mind to weigh, and patience to investigate: the language of natural rights require[s] nothing but a hard front, a hard heart and an unblushing countenance.
The Oxford Dictionary of Popes describes John XXIII - elected Pope in May, 1410, during the Great Schism - as " an unscrupulous, grasping and ambitious man as well as an unblushing libertine.
Carolyn stands behind the bar, unblushing at the frequent ribaldry, as swift with the wisecracks as she is with handing out the halves of cider.
been the fer de lance in the shanghaiing of Haywood, was an unblushing vendor of such services.
The show, based on the 1980 movie comedy, is set in 1979, in the antediluvian days before the business world gave up typewriters, Rolodexes, and unblushing sexism.
The worst shows up in Ackroyd's occasional recourse to meaningless guff to bulk out the text ('Those who dream by the river may dream of the future as well as of the past'; 'We come from, and return to, the water') and in an unblushing dependence upon material provided by two (gratefully acknowledged) researchers.