Definition of shameless
1 : having no shame : insensible to disgrace a shameless braggart
2 : showing lack of shame the shameless exploitation of the natives
Examples of shameless in a Sentence
The actor made a shameless plug for his movie.
a shameless display of poor sportsmanship
Recent Examples of shameless from the Web
Shameless star Noel Fisher married actress Layla Alizada July 15 in front of 60 of their closest friends and family members in the couple’s back yard.
Anies Baswedan, one of his rivals, embraced their shameless attempt to stir up sectarian tension, and won.
Desperate times call for … shameless political expediency.
Thus the furious Union Republican, whose harangues against his political opponents almost scared his political friends by their violence, has now become the shameless betrayer of the people who trusted him.
So, why not get reacquainted with Larry David's brilliant comedy about the most self-loathing, shameless, selfish, socially clueless character perhaps TV has ever seen: Larry David.
Fast-forward to the present: Next week’s NBA Draft and the buildup to it have been hijacked by shameless self-promoter LaVar Ball.
Protesters said the fatal shootings are tragic, but the injustice is inexcusable and shameless.
Greg Sargent lays out the many ways in which the latest Republican defense of Trump is built on a shameless lie.
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First Known Use of shameless
before 12th century
SHAMELESS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of shameless for English Language Learners
: having or showing no shame
SHAMELESS Defined for Kids
Definition of shameless for Students
: having no shame a shameless liar
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