undisguisedly


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undisguisedly

(ˌʌndɪsˈɡaɪzɪdlɪ)
adv
in an undisguised manner
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Keller and Burdovsky looked wonderfully correct in their dress- coats and white kid gloves, although Keller caused the bridegroom some alarm by his undisguisedly hostile glances at the gathering crowd of sight-seers outside.
She now stopped him in the middle of a sentence, with a change of expression in her own face which was undisguisedly a change to alarm.
She looked hard at me, undisguisedly considering with herself whether I were or were not speaking the truth.
To- day, too, she was cast in upon herself, and deprived of the relief of talking freely with her new friend, because the quarrel had been with Helena's brother, and Helena undisguisedly avoided the subject as a delicate and difficult one to herself.
Billy followed the swimmers with his eyes, yearning after them so undisguisedly that Mrs.
Her insular notions of propriety rose in perpetual revolt against Pesca's constitutional contempt for appearances; and she was always more or less undisguisedly astonished at her mother's familiarity with the eccentric little foreigner.
But "Possessions" is the one dark love lyric in which he, undisguisedly, faces down the demons of bar-and-backalley street life.