[uhn-self-kon-shuh s]
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Origin of unselfconscious

First recorded in 1830–40; un-1 + self-conscious
Related formsun·self·con·scious·ly, adverbun·self·con·scious·ness, noun
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Historical Examples of unselfconscious

  • But even Spain could not make me unselfconscious enough to support that test.

  • She noticed his carelessness, the unselfconscious way in which he smiled at the clerk and paused to buy some cigars.


    Ben Hecht

  • 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.

    My Friend Prospero

    Henry Harland

  • When these unselfconscious fellows are startled into selfconsciousness, I fancy they take it hard.

    My Friend Prospero

    Henry Harland

British Dictionary definitions for unselfconscious


  1. not unduly aware of oneself as the object of attention of others
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