1. not embarrassed, disconcerted, or ashamed.
    "he was unabashed by the furore his words provoked"
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How to use unabashed in a sentence?
he had a look of unabashed power that only years of experience could brand on to a man's face.
he was unabashed by the furore his words provoked.
How to say unabashed in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Arabic بلا حرج
Bangla অকুণ্ঠিত
Bosnian (Latin) brojnim
Bulgarian безочлив
Cantonese (Traditional) 不折不扣
Catalan descarat
Chinese Simplified 不折不扣
Chinese Traditional 不折不扣
Croatian brojnim
Czech nestoudné
Danish (ADJECTIVE)skamløs, ufortrødent
Dutch onverbloemd
Estonian häbenematu
Finnish (ADJECTIVE)ujostelematon
French (ADJECTIVE)éhontée
German (ADJECTIVE)unerschrockenen, ungeniert
Greek (ADJECTIVE)αμετανόητοι
Hebrew חסכון
Hindi धुरंधर
Hungarian (ADJECTIVE)pofátlan
Icelandic ó
Indonesian jelas
Italian (ADJECTIVE)imperturbabile
Japanese 臆面もないです。
Korean 웅장
Latvian (ADJECTIVE)nesamulsis
Lithuanian (ADJECTIVE)nepabūgęs
Malay (Latin) jelas
Norwegian Bokmål uforbeholden
Persian شرم
Polish speszony
Portuguese (ADJECTIVE)ousado, descarado, imperturbável
Querétaro Otomi franca
Romanian (ADJECTIVE)netulburat, necondiţionat
Russian (ADJECTIVE)беззастенчивого, смущаясь
Serbian (Cyrillic) слободни
Serbian (Latin) slobodni
Slovak nehanebné
Slovenian (ADJECTIVE)Nepostiđen
Spanish franca
Swedish (ADJECTIVE)oblyga
Tamil நாணமற்ற
Telugu అబషీద్
Thai ซึ่ง
Turkish (ADJECTIVE)arsız
Ukrainian не соромлячись
Urdu ناخجل
Yucatec Maya franca
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