[ UK /ʃˈe‍ɪmləs/ ]
[ US /ˈʃeɪmɫəs/ ]
  1. feeling no shame
    an unblushing apologist for fascism
    a shameless imposter
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How To Use shameless In A Sentence

  • They were consummate freeloaders, shamelessly begging food and hospitality.
  • Greek weekly "Proto Thema", an unregretted and shameless Akin stated that he killed Solomou and would do it again if needed. OpEdNews - Diary: Murdering Peace in Derynia
  • The ladies took the stand for the second time during the surrebuttal and again dumped on Lana shamelessly. Guilty Feelings
  • But some experts were quick to accuse the chancellor of shameless electioneering.
  • Even in this day and age, when unmarried mothers are hardly seen as shameless hussies anymore, there are still girls who suffer incredible loneliness because they daren't bring shame upon their families.
  • For some reason best known to whoever it was, a lifebuoy on Abbeyside strand was taken from its berthing and shamelessly burned.
  • The publication triggered a new storm over shameless MPs just when it seemed they could go no lower in public esteem. The Sun
  • But Luo Zhixiang occasionally reveals the simple and honest makings, pour may also develop open shamelessly.
  • There is Samsara, with it's minimalistic yet rich melange of jasmine, sandalwood and vanilla; Songes, shamelessly floral through and through with jasmine, frangipanni and powdery-sweet vanilla foundation; or Ormonde Jayne's airy and light rendition of Frangipanni Absolute. Archive 2008-06-01
  • Expelled, who use the term shamelessly to attack evolution, people on all sides of the political spectrum should rally around this call for change. The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com
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