unblushingly

ADVERB
  1. without blushing
    his principal opponent unblushingly declared victory before the ballots had been counted
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How To Use unblushingly In A Sentence

  • Residents -- whether for the purposes unblushingly avowed by that sometime favourite of the stage, Mr. Eccles, or for the reasons less horrifying to the United Kingdom Alliance -- found themselves more at home in "Caesarea" than in "Sarnia," and the "five-pounder," as the summer tripper was despiteously called by natives, liked to go as far as he could for his money, and found St. Helier's "livelier" than A History of the French Novel, Vol. 2 To the Close of the 19th Century
  • No, there was nothing sublime and dolorous about Miss Manners; her face was round, cheery, and slightly puckered, with two little black eyes sparking and shining under dark brows, a nose she unblushingly called pug, and a big mouth with eminently white and regular teeth, which she said were such a comfort, for they never ached, and never would to the end of time. The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 08, No. 46, August, 1861
  • his principal opponent unblushingly declared victory before the ballots had been counted
  • But what so impudent, so arrogant, so unblushingly disregardful of propriety, as that he should endeavour to select his victim from such a family as the Pallisers, and that he should lay his impious hand on the very daughter of the Duke of The Duke's Children
  • Jainism, which we describe as atheistic, and the colourless respectable religion of educated Chinese, become in their outward manifestations unblushingly polytheistic. Hinduism and Buddhism, An Historical Sketch, Vol. 1
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