unashamed about his wealth—made from sweat not speculation, he claimed—he worked at leveraging fortune into celebrity.
I pulled a Kanye and jumped up on stage, unsolicited and unashamed.
But she squared her shoulders and stood up, straight and unashamed.
"Well, I'm not letting them starve," was the unashamed admission.
I am glad the time has come when we can sit as men and women and hear the truth and be unashamed.
She was the very dawn of life herself, untarnished, unfatigued, unashamed.
Shame spent itself and made us unashamed, so small a thing it seemed compared with satisfying love.
He walked home with her unashamed, feeling not at all like a rejected suitor.
Of their last meeting and parting she told, without reserve, unashamed, even to her kissing the Cross on his breast.
Said he; “It is the wont of the Gods to lie, and be unashamed, and men-folk must bear with it.”