Origin of unblushing
Related formsun·blush·ing·ly, adverbun·blush·ing·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for unblushing
Putting that aside, there is one thing they had in common: They were unblushing optimists.Dear Mr. President, Have the Guts to Be an Optimist|Mark McKinnon|February 18, 2009|DAILY BEAST
He was amazed to find that he could utter falsehoods with such a calm, unblushing face—he was astonished at his own audacity.Baron Trigault's Vengeance|Emile Gaboriau
The noble old man with an unblushing brow entered the presence of Catharine.The Empire of Russia|John S. C. Abbott
It never came, and others disputed, with unblushing effrontery, the laurels he had won.