blushless

blushless

(ˈblʌʃlɪs)
adj
without blushes, shameless
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On Sunday, a spokesman at the DPRK's Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of Korea denounced Seoul's dialogue overtures as " cunning ploy." The committee's spokesman described the dialogue offer as a "blushless act," saying that South Korea has offered no apology for "past crimes," such as the joint military drills between Seoul and Washington.
Akagi, "An Approach to Position Sensorless Drive for Blushless DC Motors", IEEE Trans.
"People who are interested in increasing the number of widgets they make in an hour can take simple steps towards mechatronics by replacing a stepper motor with a blushless servo motor to get better results," he says.
A valuable collection of acting commentary across the ages offers a blushless summary of performers in the early modern period:
It's a shame the blushless bride forgot to put on most of her clothes, although I'm sure she remembered her toothbrush.
His 1926 A Dictionary of Modern English Usage is the granddaddy of modern usage guides, and its dust-dry wit and blushless imperiousness have been models for every subsequent classic in the field, from Erie Partridge's Usage and Abusage to Theodore Bernstein's The Careful Writer to Wilson Follett's Modern American Usage to Gilman's '89 Webster's.
praises Peter as one who neither "Affect[ed] fashions, nor [was] addicted wholly / To unbeseeming blushless vanities" (93-94).
The committee's spokesman described the dialogue offer as "blushless act," saying that South Korea has given no apology for "past crimes," such as its joint military drills with Washington.
To unbeseeming blushless vanities, 95 But suiting(14) so his habit and desire