Definition of unblushing in English:

unblushing

Line breaks: un|blush¦ing
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈblʌʃɪŋ
 
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adjective

Not feeling or showing embarrassment or shame: a comedy of manners, encased in the most unblushing melodrama unblushing vice and licentiousness
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  • The real highlight is an insert-like section, ‘The New Age of Terror,’ which takes an unblushing look at state persecution down through the ages, juxtaposed against the war porn of today.
  • Ron Curran, a dogged, award-winning investigator and unblushing idealist who helped establish the L.A. Weekly's reputation for hard-edged, relevant local reporting, died this week at 43 in his Huntington Beach home.
  • His unblushing reversals and evasions are underpinned not only by opportunism and a contempt for truth-telling, but also by conservative convictions and what appears to be a deep rooted reverence for the rich.

Derivatives

unblushingly

adverb
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  • They were brutalised by miscreants uninhibited by the police, their women unblushingly molested; and Muslim men, women and children, in a travesty of justice, were burned alive.
  • The same feeling of over-ripe decadence is conveyed in Late Nawabi poetry, which is some of the most unblushingly fleshy and sensual ever written by Muslim poets.
  • What little story there is exists partly thanks to actor Neve Campbell, herself a trained dancer, who has unblushingly cast herself in the leading role, and is also credited as a producer.

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