unselfconscious

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adjective un·self·con·scious \ˌən-ˌself-ˈkän(t)-shəs\
variants: or less commonly

unself–conscious

Definition of unselfconscious

  1. :  not self-conscious <Ray's humility … was profound and unselfconscious and one of the most astonishing things about him. — Jay McInerney> <unselfconscious laughter>

unselfconsciously

or less commonly

unself–consciously

adverb <speaking/laughing unselfconsciously> <It is the architect's duty, therefore, to create unselfconsciously beautiful structures that bring harmony and order to the world. — Jon Krakauer>

unselfconsciousness

or less commonly

unself–consciousness

noun

1866

First Known Use of unselfconscious

1866


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