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unashamed

Syllabification: un·a·shamed
Pronunciation: /ˌənəˈSHāmd
 
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Definition of unashamed in English:

adjective

Expressed or acting openly and without guilt or embarrassment: an unashamed emotionalism
More example sentences
  • Many of the group seem not merely unrepentant or unashamed but proud.
  • His dramatic Pentagon briefings caught the mood of the American public with his unashamed politically incorrect language.
  • Sloppy and haphazard, and completely unashamed of it, it all comes together somehow.

Derivatives

unashamedly

1
Pronunciation: /-ˈSHāmidlē/
adverb
Example sentences
  • Yesterday, many of her friends and neighbours wept openly and unashamedly.
  • Eastern literature is a lot more openly and unashamedly emotional and passionate.
  • She left a glorious legacy in an image of female strength that is as bold as brass, supremely self-confident and unashamedly sexual.

unashamedness

2
Pronunciation: /-ˈSHām(i)dnis/
noun
Example sentences
  • You'll have his determination, his unashamedness to come out in the open for Christ your Lord.
  • If not, consider the passion of obligation, the release of unashamedness and the exhilaration of revelation.
  • When one meets with the effrontery of sheer, open unashamedness, there is not so grave a problem.

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