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1. Not disconcerted or embarrassed; poised.
2. Not concealed or disguised; obvious: unabashed disgust.

un′a·bash′ed·ly (-băsh′ĭd-lē) adv.


in an unabashed manner
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Adv.1.unabashedly - in an unabashed manner; "unabashedly, he asked for more"
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