unembarrassed

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unembarrassed

(ʌnɪmˈbærəst)
adj
not embarrassed, disconcerted, or flustered
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Adj.1.unembarrassed - not embarrassedunembarrassed - not embarrassed; "a tinseled charm and unabashed sentimentality"- Jerome Stone; "an unembarrassed greeting as if nothing untoward had happened"
unashamed - used of persons or their behavior; feeling no shame
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He is hardly the only president to say loathsome things, but he is unique in displaying his unattractive qualities so openly, so unembarrassedly, so repeatedly.
As Brueggemann (1995) emphasized, "the laments show clearly that biblical faith, as it faces life fully, is uncompromisingly and unembarrassedly dialogic" (p.
She admired character and her sense of character was unembarrassedly traditional.
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In perhaps the most unembarrassedly aestheticizing reading of De Quincey's essay, Arden Reed works selected details in the text very hard to elaborate the metaphor of the mail-coach as language itself, a 'vehicle' in both the locomotive and figural senses: 'The mail-coach moves all through the essay as a kind of writing instrument: it articulates the body politic of England corporeally and linguistically, jointing its parts into an organic whole and acting as a kind of central nervous system along which passes all written communication.