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He stood out even in a helmet — his trademark blond dreadlocks swung as he blew up plays — and he exhibited the unabashed joy of an elementary-schooler at recess.
It is a feel-good, unabashed spectacle that controls well, looks great and has a hyper-efficient story line that never tries to overdeliver.
PayPal CEO Dan Schulman is one of the most passionate proponents of stakeholder capitalism that I know, and is unabashed in his advocacy.
She was feisty, unabashed, loud, almost deaf, and mentally ill.
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"I was on'y a-openin' it, sar, ready for de company," exclaimed the unabashed Tinker.
In the eighties any writer who dealt unabashed with death was regarded as an unpleasant person.
"We must be awfully popular here," Paddy remarked cheerfully, and he looked unabashed into the scowling faces of the natives.
THE ARGUS PHEASANTJOHN CHARLES BEECHAM
"We come for our day's hire, your reverence," said the foreman, unabashed.
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As to the others, whenever their trials and tribulations abate for an instant, they relapse into a state of unabashed contentment.
HUMANLY SPEAKINGSAMUEL MCCHORD CROTHERS
Unabashed by this incident, Catharine soon after renewed her seductive offers (on the twentieth of December, 1567).

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verbicidenoun | [vur-buh-sahyd ]SEE DEFINITION
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