undisguisedly


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undisguisedly

(ˌʌndɪsˈɡaɪzɪdlɪ)
adv
in an undisguised manner
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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.
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.
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.
She looked hard at me, undisguisedly considering with herself whether I were or were not speaking the truth.
The enactments of the emperors, clothed at first in the pretence of popular sanction, but afterwards emanating undisguisedly from the imperial prerogative, extend in increasing massiveness from the consolidation of Augustus's power to the publication of the Code of Justinian.
Along with the rise of Islamophobia in America, religious rhetoric has become more undisguisedly full of anti-Islamic sentiment.
Similar characters undisguisedly irritate another vicentino, Luigi Meneghello (1922-2007), who is twelve years younger than his friend, and with whom Barolini had shared an antifascist stance.
When, a year or two later, the sen- ior management layer has finally be- come undisguisedly unfit for pur- pose, and looks around for suitable replacements, only then do they begin to grasp the scale and conse- quence of their earlier losses.
For the contest on the part of the North is now undisguisedly for empire.
Indeed in Fasti, he ducks under her mantle in an undisguisedly personal argument that his own work belongs to the category of handicraft along with that of weavers, cobblers, carpenters, and other artful makers of useful objects.