Definition of unabashed in English:


Syllabification: un·a·bashed
Pronunciation: /ˌənəˈbaSHt


Not embarrassed, disconcerted, or ashamed: he was unabashed by the furor his words provoked
More example sentences
  • Passivity, in the face of such a bold, unabashed show of power from above, appears to be the order of the day.
  • This was an unabashed and unconcealed way of hiding the truth from those above!
  • The sheer audacity of this album, its unabashed confidence and sense of drama is jaw dropping.
unashamed, shameless, unembarrassed, brazen, audacious, blatant, flagrant, bold, barefaced, cocky, unrepentant, undaunted, unconcerned, fearless



Pronunciation: /-ˈbaSHədlē/
More example sentences
  • Not only does he impersonate Wodehouse, he enters Wodehouse's world and unabashedly corrupts it.
  • But it was unabashedly so, since it had in fact been established by the victors in World War II.
  • The Associated Press needed to know, so it commissioned an unabashedly unscientific survey of four guys in a bar.

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