unselfconscious

[ UK /ʌnsɛlfkˈɒnʃəs/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not self-conscious
    she grew up with him in unselfconscious friendship
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How To Use unselfconscious In A Sentence

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  • She has the vigorous curiosity of the nineteenth-century autodidact, the brash stamina of the colonial settler, and the unselfconscious righteousness of the imperial missionary.
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  • There's virtually no question that seems to stump her—from the identifications of the photos populating the walls, to famous guests who visited or stayed at Val-Kill, to the year the pool, where, in one photo, FDR basked unselfconsciously in swim trucks, his useless legs arrayed before him, was closed: 1971. First Lady, First-Hand
  • We should all strive to adopt the natural, unselfconscious behavior of the child and live life in the present moment.
  • This is, after all, someone who unselfconsciously assembled an article complaining about bad writing from a collage of clichés.
  • But the torrent of sex content never feels gratuitous, partly thanks to the actors' uninhibited performances: they indulge themselves so unselfconsciously that we're loath to turn prudish.
  • they were naked, unshy, and unselfconsciously beautiful
  • Bravely and unselfconsciously, this generous actress looks middle-aged, yet with that gangly tomboyish essence that allows her to play young without resorting to cosmetic artifice or girly-girl coyness.
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