from The Century Dictionary.

  • In an undisguised manner; openly; frankly.

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  • adverb In an undisguised manner; openly.


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  • Billy followed the swimmers with his eyes, yearning after them so undisguisedly that Mrs. Hazard said to him:


  • Clay is once again the nominal narrator, though the narrator is also, in part, undisguisedly Mr. Ellis himself: He makes extra-mural references to the film made of "Less Than Zero," for instance, and seems to live in the Los Angeles neighborhood to which Mr. Ellis himself returned a few years ago.

    Zero Progress 2010

  • Indiana to quit town, and that he was less than a cypher with her upon the last evening's assembly, where, without deigning to bestow one look upon him, she chatted, smiled, and fluttered with every one else; undisguisedly betraying that whom she should soon have alone, and have always, should not rob of even one precious moment this last splendid blaze of general admiration.

    Camilla 2008

  • His brother, however, who knew his alarms to be generally as unfounded as his hopes; and Mrs. Tyrold, who almost undisguisedly despised both; no sooner heard his account, than, declining to discuss it, they sent for Eugenia.

    Camilla 2008

  • His wheezy Pittsburgh accent was undisguisedly ethnic, his wholehearted enthusiasm flecked with Yiddishisms -- he made Howard Cosell sound like Cary Grant.

    Alex Remington: Myron Cope, Voice of the Steelers, Goes to His Reward 2008

  • He winked — winked openly and undisguisedly; winked with his right eye — upon Henrietta Lillyvick!

    Nicholas Nickleby 2007

  • St. Paul himself has never spoken of the divinity of Jesus Christ, who is undisguisedly called a man.

    A Philosophical Dictionary 2007

  • What's surprising, and conceivably risky, about Jackman's Broadway debut in "The Boy From Oz" is that he's playing the undisguisedly gay disco-era darling Peter Allen, the Australian singer-songwriter ( "I Go to Rio," "Don't Cry Out Loud") who was discovered by Judy Garland and then later wed to her daughter Liza Minnelli before dying of AIDS in 1992.

    Plays: Jackman's 'Oz' Fest 2007

  • Lastly, he was most undisguisedly a tyrant, who made not free men only, but free fellow-citizens his slaves; who put to death, or drove into exile, or robbed of their wealth and property, not malefactors, note you, but the mere victims of his whim and fancy; and these were ever the better folk.

    Hellenica 2007

  • She represented herself as pinched and in debt, and to crown all, she was so undisguisedly hideous that the

    Scenes from a Courtesan's Life 2007


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