Definition of undisguised in English:

undisguised

Syllabification: un·dis·guised
Pronunciation: /ˌəndisˈɡīzd
 
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adjective

(Of a feeling) not disguised or concealed; open: she looked at him with undisguised contempt
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  • Nevertheless, there was undisguised relief in both London and Washington that the military campaign had achieved a decisive breakthrough after five weeks of aerial bombardment.
  • He also spoke with undisguised passion about doing good works - displaying all of the principled enthusiasm for setting the world to rights that we should hope to instil in all of our young people.
  • He looks back on his days on the sidelines and there is undisguised anguish as he talks about missed opportunities with his country and the frustration of seeing others make his place their own.
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undisguisedly

Pronunciation: /-ˈɡīzidlē/
adverb
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  • ‘The operation is performed very deliberately and undisguisedly and occasions no interruption of conversation,’ observed a visitor in 1810.

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