unembarrassed

adjective un·em·bar·rassed \ ˌən-im-ˈber-əst , -ˈba-rəst \
Updated on: 28 Jan 2018

Definition of unembarrassed

: not embarrassed: such as
a : feeling or showing no embarrassment
  • an unembarrassed smile
  • They realized that young consumers feel unembarrassed about bus travel—as long as they can stay online.
  • —Josh Sanburn
b : not constrained or encumbered
  • … a tone which seemed unembarrassed by any doubt of the most cordial reception.
  • —Sir Walter Scott

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First Known Use of unembarrassed

1708


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