shamelessness

  • 1 shamelessness — index temerity Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2 shamelessness — shameless ► ADJECTIVE ▪ showing a lack of shame. DERIVATIVES shamelessly adverb shamelessness noun …

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  • 3 Shamelessness — Shameless Shame less, a. [AS. scamle[ a]s.] 1. Destitute of shame; wanting modesty; brazen faced; insensible to disgrace. Such shameless bards we have. Pope. [1913 Webster] Shame enough to shame thee, wert thou not shameless. Shak. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 4 shamelessness — noun see shameless …

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  • 5 shamelessness — See shamelessly. * * * …

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  • 6 shamelessness — noun a) The property of being shameless. b) The result or product of being shameless …

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  • 7 shamelessness — shame·less·ness || ʃeɪmlɪsnɪs n. brazenness, impudence; lack of shame, lack of principles …

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  • 8 shamelessness — shame·less·ness …

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  • 9 shamelessness — See: shameless …

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  • 10 shamelessness — noun behavior marked by a bold defiance of the proprieties and lack of shame • Syn: ↑brazenness • Derivationally related forms: ↑brazen (for: ↑brazenness), ↑shameless • Hypernyms: ↑ …

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  • 11 ἀναιδείας — ἀναιδείᾱς , ἀναίδεια shamelessness fem acc pl ἀναιδείᾱς , ἀναίδεια shamelessness fem gen sg (attic doric aeolic) ἀναιδείᾱς , ἀναίδεια shamelessness fem acc pl (epic ionic) ἀναιδείᾱς , ἀναίδεια shamelessness fem gen sg (attic epic doric ionic… …

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  • 12 Impudence — Im pu*dence ([i^]m p[ u]*dens), n. [L. impudentia: cf. F. impudence. See {Impudent}.] The quality of being impudent; assurance, accompanied with a disregard of the presence or opinions of others; shamelessness; forwardness; lack of modesty. [1913 …

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  • 13 Cynicism — Cynic redirects here. For the modern understanding of the word cynicism , see Cynicism (contemporary). For other uses, see Cynic (disambiguation). Statue of an unknown Cynic philosopher from the Capitoline Museum in Rome. This statue is a Roman… …

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  • 14 κἀναιδεία — ἀναιδείᾱ , ἀναίδεια shamelessness fem nom/voc/acc dual ἀναιδείᾱ , ἀναίδεια shamelessness fem nom/voc/acc dual (epic ionic) ἀναιδείᾱ , ἀναίδεια shamelessness fem nom/voc sg (attic epic doric ionic aeolic) …

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  • 15 ἀναιδεία — ἀναιδείᾱ , ἀναίδεια shamelessness fem nom/voc/acc dual ἀναιδείᾱ , ἀναίδεια shamelessness fem nom/voc/acc dual (epic ionic) ἀναιδείᾱ , ἀναίδεια shamelessness fem nom/voc sg (attic epic doric ionic aeolic) …

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  • 16 Cynic — The Cynics ( el. Κυνικοί, la. Cynici) were an influential group of philosophers from the ancient school of Cynicism. Their philosophy was that the purpose of life was to live a life of Virtue in agreement with Nature. This meant rejecting all… …

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  • 17 Shame (novel) — infobox Book | name = Shame title orig = translator = image caption = author = Salman Rushdie cover artist = country = United Kingdom language = English series = genre = Novel publisher = Alfred A. Knopf 1st American ed release date = 12 October… …

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  • 18 Narcissism — Narcissus by Caravaggio (Galleria Nazionale d Arte Antica, Rome) Narcissism is a term with a wide range of meanings, depending on whether it is used to describe a central concept of psychoanalytic theory, a mental illness, a social or cultural… …

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  • 19 Nudity in religion — Attitudes to nudity differ among world religions. Contents 1 Abrahamic religions 1.1 Judaism 1.2 Christianity 1.3 Islam …

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  • 20 impudence — /im pyeuh deuhns/, n. 1. the quality or state of being impudent; effrontery; insolence. 2. impudent conduct or language. 3. Obs. lack of modesty; shamelessness. Also, impudency. [1350 1400; ME < L impudentia shamelessness. See IMPUDENT, ENCE] Syn …

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