shameless

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle English shameles, shamelees, schameles, schomeles, schomeleas, from Old English sċeamlēas, scamlēas ‎(without shame; shameless), from Proto-Germanic *skamalausaz ‎(shameless), equivalent to shame +‎ -less.

Cognate with West Frisian skamteleas ‎(shameless), Dutch schaamteloos ‎(shameless), German schamlos ‎(shameless), Danish skamløs ‎(shameless), Swedish skamlös ‎(shameless), Icelandic skammlaus ‎(shameless; unashamed).

Adjective[edit]

shameless ‎(comparative more shameless, superlative most shameless)

  1. having no shame, no guilt nor remorse over something considered wrong; immodest; unable to feel disgrace

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