Abashedly


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A`bash´ed`ly

    (~ĕd`lŷ)
adv.1.In an abashed manner.
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The most outrageous offering on ANC is a show (Executive Class) that abashedly pays obeisance to luxury and ostentatious display of expensive belongings.
When Nina Simone visited the pioneering commune Morningstar Ranch, she said to her escort, "Lou, there aren't any black people here." "I want them to come," he replied abashedly, "but we don't invite people.
Johnson himself seemed to be caught by surprise, and within days of the referendum he renounced his intention to seek the leadership of the Conservative Party, a post he had un abashedly sought.
The Payola Scandal Prompts a Congressional Amendment to the Communications Act and the FCC Abashedly Follows Suit
To which we abashedly said something like, "Well, there are no bones, are there?!" We tried to polish up on our apologetics, but the intellectualist approach seldom moves many.
Let's hope that Jericho is so good in "Bridges" that they will abashedly mind their mannersand know their rightful place!
Of course, a country as abashedly schmaltzy as India does not reward an athlete with affection based on attendance alone.
But he stops short at the factory gate, and abashedly watches his former colleagues go in for a good day's work.