Not self-conscious; natural and genuine.(adjective)
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Use "unselfconscious" in a sentence
"Once inside, Franken's close to your worst nightmare as a guest, seeking out people like Henry Kissinger and Boyden Gray to mock with the kind of unselfconscious glee that makes him look slightly unhinged."
"My daughter just decided to go to the college I graduated from 30 years ago — Smith — and has been deluged with outrageous homophobic comments, made with the kind of unselfconscious impunity with which bigots once spoke about Jews or Blacks."
"But I'm convinced that from this kind of unselfconscious hyper-local personal story-telling, you'll discover that you and I are not all that different."