Definition of "unselfconsciousness" [unselfconsciousness]
The property of being unselfconscious. (noun)
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Use "unselfconsciousness" in a sentence
"Of course he had that extraordinary sans-gêne of all those men, that absolute unselfconsciousness which is not aware there is anyone else in the room but himself and the lady he is bent upon; but instead of being discreet, and making a semblance of taking an interest in the rest of the company, as the Vicomte did, he just sprawled into a chair near her, monopolised her conversation, and stared blankly in front of him whenever she spoke to any one else."
"Having only just set out on the path to unselfconsciousness ..."
"At least in OBEM, they have a baby at the end, all gunk and unselfconsciousness, and I never don't cry."