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un·a·shamed

 (ŭn′ə-shāmd′)
adj.
1. Feeling or showing no remorse, shame, or embarrassment: He was unashamed even after his friends complained about his behavior.
2. Not restrained or limited by a sense of shame: living in unashamed luxury.

un′a·sham′ed·ly (-shā′mĭd-lē) adv.

unashamed

(ˌʌnəˈʃeɪmd)
adj
1. lacking moral restraints
2. not embarrassed, contrite, or apologetic
unashamedly adv
ˌunaˈshamedness n

un•a•shamed

(ˌʌn əˈʃeɪmd)

adj.
1. not ashamed; not embarrassed by actions or conscious of moral guilt.
2. unconcealed; unabashed.
[1590–1600]
un`a•sham′ed•ly, adv.
un`a•sham′ed•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unashamed - used of persons or their behavior; feeling no shame
impenitent, unremorseful, unrepentant - not penitent or remorseful
ashamed - feeling shame or guilt or embarrassment or remorse; "are you ashamed for having lied?"; "felt ashamed of my torn coat"

unashamed

adjective blatant, open, frank, plain, clear, visible, honest, overt, candid, avowed, undisguised, unconcealed I grinned at him in unashamed delight.
Translations

unashamed

[ˈʌnəˈʃeɪmd] ADJdesvergonzado, descarado
she was quite unashamed about itno se avergonzó en lo más mínimo

unashamed

[ˌʌnəˈʃeɪmd] adj [desire, delight] → avoué(e); [curiosity] → effronté(e)
an unashamed desire to → un désir avoué de
to be unashamed of sth → ne pas avoir honte de qch

unashamed

adjschamlos; admirer, liberal, reactionary, populistunverhohlen; naked but unashamednackt aber ohne Scham; his unashamed conservatismsein unverhohlener Konservatismus; he was quite unashamed about or of iter schämte sich dessen überhaupt nicht, er war darüber kein bisschen beschämt; to be unashamed to do somethingkeine Hemmungen haben, etw zu tun

unashamed

[ˌʌnəˈʃeɪmd] adj (brazen) → sfrontato/a, sfacciato/a
she was quite unashamed about it → non se ne vergognava minimamente
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A New York Herald Tribune reviewer enjoyed Butts's "beautiful and admirable prose" and her "asides" with their "Rabelaisian unashamedness," though he found these same asides basically meaningless.