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  • adverb In an unembarrassed manner; not embarrassedly.


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  • She is not only a great novelist — one of the two greatest American novelists of her generation — but she is also intensely religious, an unembarrassed Calvinist whose Death of Adam, a 1998 collection of essays, unembarrassedly entertained “the idea that people have souls, and that they have certain obligations to them, and certain pleasures in them.”

    Absence of Mind « Unknowing 2010

  • Check out Mr. Carter's speech to the 1980 Democratic convention, in which he boasted unembarrassedly and at length about "slashing regulations" and "restoring free enterprise" to failing regulated industries.

    If Only Obama Had Been This Guy Jr. Holman W. Jenkins 2011

  • Despite decades of work in artificial intelligence, no machine can unembarrassedly make that claim.

    Seth Shostak: Today Jeopardy, Tomorrow the World Seth Shostak 2011

  • Elsewhere, Hindu sculpture can often be explicitly and unembarrassedly erotic, as can much classical Hindu poetry: Kalidasa's poem The Birth of Kumara has an entire canto of ninety-one verses entitled "The Description of Uma's Pleasure," which describes in graphic detail the lovemaking of the divine couple.

    India: The Place of Sex Dalrymple, William 2008

  • Newton was disturbed by perturbations inherent in anything beyond the two-body problem, and unembarrassedly assigned angels to the duty of keeping the solar system stable over the millennia.

    The Politically Incorrect Guide to Darwinism and Intelligent Design Review: The Secret is Lies (Chapter 9) - The Panda's Thumb 2006

  • At the time of her début, London had yet to meet the American woman who could not only chatter along cheerfully and intelligently, but who could artfully and unembarrassedly tell an amusing story before the big and critical audience that the average dinner table supplies.

    Ainslee's, Vol. 15, No. 5, June 1905 Various

  • He looked into Hetty's eyes: they were fixed on his as steadily, as unembarrassedly, as if he and Hetty had been comrades for years.

    Hetty's Strange History Anonymous

  • Amy retired unhurriedly, unembarrassedly, and with dignity, as befitted one who had opened the eyes of Authority to the error of its ways!

    Left Guard Gilbert Ralph Henry Barbour 1907

  • She had cleverly led up to it many times in the past month, but always he had unembarrassedly switched the conversation into another channel.

    The Pagan Madonna Harold MacGrath 1901

  • The silent dark-skinned Sikh, with his fierce curling whiskers, his flashing eyes, the semi-military, semi-oriental garb, topped by an enormous brown turban, claimed Courtlandt's attention; and it may be added that he was glad to have something to look at unembarrassedly.

    The Place of Honeymoons Harold MacGrath 1901


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