undissembled

undissembled

(ˌʌndɪˈsɛmbəld)
adj
not dissembled; undisguised; not pretended or feigned
References in classic literature ?
Dimmesdale a real existence on this earth was the anguish in his inmost soul, and the undissembled expression of it in his aspect.
All the way we went she caressed me with the utmost appearance of a sincere, undissembled affection; treated me, except my coach-hire, all the way; and her brother brought a gentleman's coach to Warrington to receive us, and we were carried from thence to Liverpool with as much ceremony as I could desire.
Coanda's following statement qualifies him as an undissembled romantic explorer through illusion on his quest for human knowledge without frontiers:
To have been married so long and to display, still, that heartfelt an empathetic allegiance to her (even if his undissembled commentary on various topics could sometimes dismay her), that passionate a loyalty to her, that much care for and about her, should render a deeply inspiring hope to us all.