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- adj. Not disguised, plainly visible.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not disguised; not covered with a mask or with a false appearance; hence, open; frank; candid; plain; artless: as, undisguised anxiety.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. plain to see
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I also went to Homebase today and worshipped the god of DIY in undisguised awe, buying screws and plugs and polyfiller and woodglue and paint.
As Sissy and I mounted the carriage, Miss Mullany scrutinized us with an expression of undisguised perplexity.
The ferocity of this admonition not only reduced its object to a stupefied silence but drew the attention of several of his neighbors, who turned to regard me with an expression of undisguised wonderment.
"Hinnu, hinnu!" she ejaculated in undisguised surprise.
Lord Ravenel's extreme surprise startled him from the mere suitor into the lover; he glanced from one to the other in undisguised alarm.
This kind of undisguised repression of free speech may be common in autocracies, but it has no justification in a free society where everyone enjoys the liberty to speak their mind, no matter who disagrees.
Toward the end of the 1930s, as America moved closer to war, this militarization of youth became the undisguised purpose of the CCC.
Some state constitutions permit undisguised borrowing to patch budget gaps, provided the debt is quickly paid back.
How do you feel about Tracey's undisguised lusting over Hugh Jackman?
There's something about undisguised disdain for all living beings not named Jack Bauer that really works for me.