unselfconsciously


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un·self·cons·cious

or un·self-cons·cious  (ŭn′sĕlf-kŏn′shəs)
adj.
Not self-conscious; natural and genuine.

un′self·cons′cious·ly adv.
un′self·cons′cious·ness n.

unselfconsciously

(ˌʌnˌsɛlfˈkɒnʃəslɪ)
adv
in an unselfconscious manner
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.unselfconsciously - in a comfortable unselfconscious manner; "they were naked, unshy, and unselfconsciously beautiful"
self-consciously - in an uncomfortably self-conscious manner; "the little girl self-consciously recited the poem"
Translations

unselfconsciously

[ˈʌnˌselfˈkɒnʃəslɪ] ADVde manera desenfadada
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Thousands of years ago, boys rubbed flint together over bunches of dried grass to make fire, and probably, as they did so, they hummed, or warbled unselfconsciously, enjoying the warm vibrations in their throats; whether their fathers told them to stop it's impossible to know, but I can imagine a better dad than me coming up behind a singing son, his face aflicker with firelight, and gently cupping a hand over his progeny's mouth, then raising a finger to his own, and--because words haven't yet been invented--pointing to his ear, and then they both hear it: a wail, a cry, the song of some distant beast who, now that night has come, is looking to slake its hunger, so get that fire going, get those flames higher, and as for singing, maybe it's best if you don't make a sound.
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Only this time, amid the broodiness, there's a flash of playfulness, expressed in the form of an unapologetically joyful dance sequence amid the hubbub of New York, which sees his character unselfconsciously weaving in and out of his fellow commuters.
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Her earliest recordings fed a host of traditional ballads into the rock vernacular, before she unselfconsciously introduced Bob Dylan to the world in 1963, beginning a tradition of mutual mentoring that continues to this day.
The book's wide, unselfconsciously interdisciplinary approach weaves together diverse historical periods and puts into dialogue thinkers and topics normally treated by isolated specialists, for whom this breadth might be discomfiting.
In summing up the group, Gilmore and Donatelli take turns, unselfconsciously proving their point as they finish each other's sentences.