Definition of unashamed
: not ashamed : being without guilt, self-consciousness, or doubt
unashamedlyplay \ˌən-ə-ˈshā-məd-lē\ adverb
Examples of unashamed in a Sentence
He is unashamed of his patriotism.
She was unashamed to tell the truth.
Recent Examples of unashamed from the Web
Many of Grande’s songs are about self-actualization, and the unashamed consummation of certain lustful desires.
Meat lovers will be at home at Cannibale Royale, a brasserie dedicated to unashamed carnivores, with exotic beers and fine wines.
American government suddenly feels dangerous, populated at its highest levels by men unashamed to hide their motives, their many ethical compromises, and their unquestionable lust for more power.
Mr. Haughey’s wealth was a drop compared to Mr. Trump’s, who boasts that his financial success qualifies him to run the United States, and is unashamed – and, thus far, politically undamaged – by some of his more questionable business dealings.
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UNASHAMED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unashamed for English Language Learners
: not feeling or showing shame or guilt : not ashamed
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