shamelessness in English
['shame·less·ness || 'ʃeɪmlɪsnɪs]
brazenness, impudence; lack of shame, lack of principles
Use "shamelessness" in a sentence
1. I was rather put off by the shamelessness of his proposal.
2. But the shamelessness of her ambition was nothing compared with Farin a's.
3. The New Thayer’s Greek-English Lexicon defines the Greek term as “unbridled lust, . . . outrageousness, shamelessness, insolence.”
4. Chinese mind since then are stuffed with barbarian spirit of vulgarity and shamelessness.
5. A man cannot be without shame , for the shame of being without shame is shamelessness.
6. Some smiled, some frowned, and the King's face darkened at the beggar's pride and shamelessness.
7. At a time when shamelessness , we are often at loss as to who can be trusted.
8. What is illustrated by these photographs is as much the culture of shamelessness as the reigning admiration for unapologetic brutality.
9. It is our considered opinion that with some diligence, there will be one day they would achieve the pinnacle of shamelessness .
10. With the analysis in details, intending to be a rich man, some actions seem are truly eligible to be cursed of shamelessness.
11. I remember my father once remarking about the "shamelessness" of Qaddafi's lies, that he has always been able to lie without blushing.
12. I found myself living an isolated life of lies, born out of a love for one too many. The situation made no sense, shame and shamelessness coming hand in hand.
13. Lying there banished , glowing with shamelessness , is the bloated child of gesture politics , or the test - tube pro - duct of political correctness , with a reduced blackmarket value of merely Rs 1 lakh .