/ (ʌnɪmˈbærəst) /

  1. not embarrassed, disconcerted, or flustered

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How to use unembarrassed in a sentence

  • Prejudice against Arabs is widespread and, on the political right, unembarrassed.

    Bibi Blames the Victims | Gershom Gorenberg | April 9, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
  • Many people blame China for pursuing its national interests in such a bold and unembarrassed fashion.

  • And yet it has also created a sexual environment that would seem to demand a sophisticated, unembarrassed, mainstream interpreter.

    The Biggest Names in Sex | Daniel Radosh | January 13, 2009 | THE DAILY BEAST
  • I followed you in this remote place, monsieur, that we might talk together without interruption, unembarrassed by any witness.

    Lazarre | Mary Hartwell Catherwood
  • She will learn her way about her domain much more quickly if she is unembarrassed by the presence of an observer.

    The Expert Maid-Servant | Cristine Terhune Herrick
  • Amory was just thinking what a gage of intimacy an unembarrassed silence can be when Mr. Strong broke it.

    Gray youth | Oliver Onions
  • She was frankly unembarrassed and smiled around at her hosts in evident friendliness.

  • The only unembarrassed members of the party were Puppums, who wasnt there, to be Irish, and Mr. Sloane himself.

    Winona of the Camp Fire | Margaret Widdemer