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unabashed

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adjective un·abashed \ˌən-ə-ˈbasht\

Simple Definition of unabashed

  • : not embarrassed or ashamed about openly expressing strong feelings or opinions

Full Definition of unabashed

  1. :  not abashed :  undisguised, unapologetic

un·abash·ed·ly play \-ˈbash-əd-lē\ adverb

Examples of unabashed

  1. She is an unabashed supporter of the president's policies.

  2. <unabashed by their booing and hissing, he continued with his musical performance>



Origin of unabashed

Middle English unabaiste, from un- + abaiste, past participle of abaissen, abaishen to abash


First Known Use: 15th century



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