Definitions for shameless
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word shameless.
feeling no shame
"a shameless imposter"; "an unblushing apologist for fascism"
having no shame; immodest; unable to feel disgrace
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Wanting shame; wanting modesty; impudent; frontless; immodest; audacious.
Etymology: from shame.
To tell thee whence thou cam’st, of whom deriv’d,
Were shame enough to shame thee, wert thou not shameless. William Shakespeare, Henry VI.
Beyond imagination is the wrong
That she this day hath, shameless, thrown on me. William Shakespeare.
The shameless denial hereof by some of their friends, and the more shameless justification by some of their flatterers, makes it needful to exemplify, which I had rather forbear. Ral.
God deliver the world from such hucksters of souls, the very shame of religion, and the shameless subverters of morality. Robert South, Sermons.
Such shameless bards we have; and yet ’tis true,
There are as made abandon’d criticks too. Alexander Pope.
destitute of shame; wanting modesty; brazen-faced; insensible to disgrace
indicating want of modesty, or sensibility to disgrace; indecent; as, a shameless picture or poem
Shameless is a British comedy-drama series set in Manchester on the fictional Chatsworth council estate. Produced by Company Pictures for Channel 4, the series aired from 13 January 2004 to 28 May 2013. The comedy drama, centred on British tea boy and working class culture, has been accorded critical acclaim by various sections of the British media, including the Sun newspaper and Newsnight Review on BBC Two. The programme was created and partially written by Paul Abbott, who is also the programme's executive producer. In 2005, the show won "Best Drama Series" at the BAFTA TV Awards and "Best TV Comedy Drama" at the British Comedy Awards.
The numerical value of shameless in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of shameless in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
I am leaving now because of a double standard, i am leaving because I no longer want to be used as a bargaining chip. I am leaving because I didn't want to be peddled by papers and blogs and websites, used by shameless operatives for the dirtiest gutter politics that I've ever seen.
A person who has attained wealth/high position in an organization/a nation via sycophancy/bootlicking/dirty politics game will never neither care for name/fame nor ever feel shame no matter how much people abuse/criticize/blame him/her and going to remain self-obsessed/worthless/shameless as always.
You cannot keep away yourself from the shameless, impudent, and silly one until you close all links in an open way.
Brazilian society expects the most complete and profound investigation of the illegal acts, and the punishment of all, all those involved, the country no longer tolerates the shameless corruption of some bad public officials and bad businessmen.
( Selling her hat) lends credence to the notion that the Trumps were always shameless about making money and that Donald Trump keeps proving that Donald Trump is Donald Trump through and through.
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- صفيق, وقحArabic
- [[sin]] [[vergüenza]]Spanish
- mínáireach, dínáireach, neamhnáireachIrish
- חֲסַר בּוּשָׁהHebrew
- חסר בושהHebrew
- 恥知らずの, 破廉恥Japanese
- بې شرمه, بدسترګیPashto, Pushto
- desavergonhado, sem-vergonhaPortuguese
- позорный, бесстыдный, низкийRussian
- bȅstīdan, bȅsrāmanSerbo-Croatian
- walang hiyaTagalog
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