- not self-conscious; without affectation or pretense: an unselfconscious manner.
Origin of unselfconscious
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Related Wordsunbridled, relaxed, candid, unrestrained, spontaneous, unrestricted, audacious, expansive, fancy-free, footloose, frank, free, informal, instinctive, natural, open, unchecked, uncontrolled, unreserved, unconstrained
Examples from the Web for unselfconscious
Audience members could ask earnest, unselfconscious questions like whether e-books were real books without blushing.Jaipur Literary Festival Draws Controversy
January 23, 2011
Reading Jim Harrison can help you be a better animal, balancing the examined life with unselfconscious enthusiasm for living.Jim Harrison Can Make You a Better Animal
September 23, 2010
But even Spain could not make me unselfconscious enough to support that test.Poor Folk in Spain
She noticed his carelessness, the unselfconscious way in which he smiled at the clerk and paused to buy some cigars.Gargoyles
She was almost as unselfconscious as he, but had her nation's shrinking from any public expression of emotion.The Nest Builder
Beatrice Forbes-Robertson Hale
Now, John Blanchemain, as I have previously mentioned, was an unselfconscious sort of fellow.
When these unselfconscious fellows are startled into selfconsciousness, I fancy they take it hard.
- not unduly aware of oneself as the object of attention of others
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