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shameless

[ sheym-lis ]
/ ˈʃeɪm lɪs /
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adjective

lacking any sense of shame: immodest; audacious.
insensible to disgrace.
showing no shame.

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Origin of shameless

before 900; Middle English; Old English sceamlēas.See shame, -less

OTHER WORDS FROM shameless

shame·less·ly, adverbshame·less·ness, noun

WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH shameless

shameless , shameful
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British Dictionary definitions for shameless

shameless
/ (ˈʃeɪmlɪs) /

adjective

having no sense of shame; brazen
done without shame; without decency or modesty

Derived forms of shameless

shamelessly, adverbshamelessness, noun
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