unbashful

Related to unbashful: unabashedly

unbashful

(ʌnˈbæʃfʊl)
adj
not bashful or shy; having no shame
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If they can, so can we." Meera Jee is known for her unbashful statements and tweets.
If the United States, for its own reasons, strategic or otherwise, feels the need to short-change the Palestinians, denying them their national -- indeed, human -- right to be a free, independent people in their own ancestral homeland, by shifting from its putative role as an even-handed mediator to an unbashful Israel advocate, then so be it.
She has been unbashful to go bare in other modelling gigs, like when she promoted veganism for anti-animal cruelty organization PETA Asia and when she posed for a men's magazine.
I never did apply Hot and rebellious liquors in my blood, Nor did not with unbashful forehead woo The means of weakness and debility.
In my youth I never did apply Hot and rebellious liquors in my blood, Nor did not with unbashful forehead woo The means of weakness and debility.
TED TURNER, the most unbashful executive in TV: "I wish I had a little humility.
From his unbashful spiel, I gather that "big winners" have to tip the dealers "between 2 and 8 percent." I have to decide that right now?
Is Jerry Brown now unabashedly unbashful, Douglas Wilder unabashedly black, Bob Kerrey unabashedly wounded in war and Bill Clinton unabashedly well groomed?) As an ideologue, he is able to lift the campaign from an exercise in poll reading and force the Democrats as well as Bush to think real thoughts, and perhaps even say what they mean.