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We see him in this book of Mr. Carpenter's to that advantage which perfect unaffectedness and sincerity can never lose.
Beethoven's letters to Bettina also attest the simplicity and unaffectedness of his way of expressing himself.
LIFE OF BEETHOVENANTON SCHINDLER
He answered her violent attack by a light pleasantry, and with gladsome unaffectedness he gave to the conversation another turn.
THE EMPRESS JOSEPHINELOUISE MUHLBACH
Study it; notice the unaffectedness of brush-stroke in Rembrandt.
THE PAINTER IN OILDANIEL BURLEIGH PARKHURST
And most folk-tales have a movement, a sweep, and an unaffectedness which make them splendid foundations for taste in style.
One by one she was discarding them in favor of honesty, unaffectedness, and wholesome enjoyment.
HER FATHER'S DAUGHTERGENE STRATTON-PORTER
And thus even our old memories must be treated with the same lightness and unaffectedness.
JOYOUS GARDARTHUR CHRISTOPHER BENSON
She neither demanded moral purity nor marked ability in those she esteemed; what she did demand was unaffectedness.
There was something so refreshing in Jerry's frankness and unaffectedness that Dana King sat down eagerly beside her.
HIGHACRESJANE ABBOTT
Will our little superficialities, so ingrained that we don't realize them, taint her splendid unaffectedness?
HIGHACRESJANE ABBOTT

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