shamelessness

[ UK /ʃˈe‍ɪmləsnəs/ ]
NOUN
  1. behavior marked by a bold defiance of the proprieties and lack of shame
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How To Use shamelessness In A Sentence

  • In your descriptions of the personality of Moscow, you use the Russian word "naglost," which I believe translates as "an unseemly blend of arrogance and shamelessness. Scenes From Russian Life
  • By evoking the shamelessness of the mythic trickster, the creative artist overcomes shame and breaks through the shackles of social constraint.
  • To what extent then, as a country and people, are we prepared to accept and tolerate shamelessness in public life?
  • All our examples share a common quality of utter shamelessness.
  • But the shamelessness of her ambition was nothing compared with Farin a's.
  • In those cases which are grouped together under the heading of 'political corruption,' where isolated interests have succeeded in imposing their will upon the community, the shamelessness of the exploitage has exceeded all bounds. Freeland A Social Anticipation
  • The fact is that Pudentilla, knowing your changeableness and unreliability no less than your shamelessness and mendacity, rather than forward the letter preferred to keep it as clear evidence of your intentions. The Defense
  • Parents will note with interest the satirical penny "pinchers" consistently getting the better of credit card, the allusions to Spinal Tap, and simply the shamelessness of the fart humour. undefined
  • The real problem is the shamelessness of the self-promotion.
  • Doubtless her soul was brimming over with shamelessness, since she swerved so far from shamefastness, as without a blush to seek solace for her wrong in her daughter's infamy. The Danish History, Books I-IX
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