[ UK /ˌʌnɐbˈæʃt/ ]
[ US /ˌənəˈbæʃt/ ]
  1. not embarrassed
    an unembarrassed greeting as if nothing untoward had happened
    a tinseled charm and unabashed sentimentality
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How To Use unabashed In A Sentence

  • Music has always had a tendency to glance back over its shoulder at the past, but the last few years has seen an unabashed spate of revivalism, from 60s garage rock posturing to the soi-disant Electro Clash phenomenon.
  • The highlight of President Bush’s European tour may well be his visit on Sunday to this tiny country, one of the few places left where he can bask in unabashed pro-American sentiment without a protester in sight. Someone Likes Him
  • More homegrown products to enjoy include the legendary heroes of Lucha Libre: those uniquely Mexican wrestling creations who shifted their considerable weight from the lucha ring to the silver screen, and the accompanying lobby cards for their unabashedly shlocky movies are quite often classics. The lurid artistry of the Mexican lobby card
  • An unabashed populist and publicity seeker he is one of their key fundraisers and fixers.
  • I've written before of an earlier generation of MPs who were unabashed propagandists for Stalin, and there is an inglorious tradition of Labour MPs who serve the propaganda interests of despotism.
  • But in that typically unabashed and upfront Californian way - though she was actually born in Phoenix, Arizona - she refuses to be coy about the band's bacchanalian excesses.
  • Critics say it is the product of unabashed and unjustifiable price gouging. Times, Sunday Times
  • Tim appeared unabashed by all the media attention.
  • Joy's an unabashed, flag-waving patriot who joined the Air Force to serve his country.
  • In her life and throughout her oeuvre, she unabashedly appropriated the prerogative of the fetishistic gaze associated with the masculine observer.
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