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The more one examines Lord Brougham's conduct, the more one is struck with the shamelessness of his character.
This did not originate in inherent shamelessness, but in her living too far from the world to feel the impact of public opinion.
Their credulity increases the narrators shamelessness; his shamelessness convinces their credulity.
I could have forgiven him anything, I think, except his horrible shirt-breast, his personal shamelessness.
SEA AND SARDINIAD. H. LAWRENCE
Many well-meaning persons see in the words of the "good grey poet," only an immodest and brazen shamelessness.
And in consequence of shamelessness, good behaviour disappeared from among them.
And from wrath arose every kind of evil propensities, and from these latter sprang shamelessness.
Was it not I who had taught the girl the shamelessness that admits desire and the prudence that refuses to submit to it?
THE CHOICE OF LIFEGEORGETTE LEBLANC
She was quite honest with herself; she knew that she was watching for Clay, and she had a magnificent shamelessness in her quest.
DANGEROUS DAYSMARY ROBERTS RINEHART
He often played with her feelings in a delicate style, and his astuteness in such matters was only surpassed by his shamelessness.
ALONENORMAN DOUGLAS

WORDS RELATED TO SHAMELESSNESS

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machinateverb (used with or without object) | [mak-uh-neyt ]SEE DEFINITION