• WordNet 3.6
    • n unselfconsciousness the quality of being not self-conscious; unawareness of yourself or of others' views of yourself "he had the unselfconsciousness of a child"
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n unselfconsciousness Absence of self-consciousness.
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In literature:

She swayed to him again, deliciously graceful, deliciously unselfconscious, trusting, adorable.
"The Blazed Trail" by Stewart Edward White
Although she preserved her delightfully unselfconscious manner she was almost ceaselessly conscious of self.
"December Love" by Robert Hichens
My cold bath in the morning I found I had to take unselfconsciously at a water-gush in front of the house.
"The Foundations of Japan" by J.W. Robertson Scott
Now, John Blanchemain, as I have previously mentioned, was an unselfconscious sort of fellow.
"My Friend Prospero" by Henry Harland
He could recall none so free and frank and utterly unselfconscious.
"Nell, of Shorne Mills" by Charles Garvice
Unselfconsciously, Robin climbed into her gold-mesh shorts.
"A World Called Crimson" by Darius John Granger
She put her finger on the sick man's pulse, and, still kneeling there, counted the beats with absorbed, unselfconscious face.
"The Open Question" by Elizabeth Robins
She noticed his carelessness, the unselfconscious way in which he smiled at the clerk and paused to buy some cigars.
"Gargoyles" by Ben Hecht
The people, naturally unselfconscious, at once become stiff and formal.
"Poor Folk in Spain" by Jan Gordon

In news:

All serious but unselfconscious, they didn't even give us a nod.
James Carter's first outing for EmArcy is an unselfconscious mix of influences, more three-dimensional than his various tribute discs and the recent organ-trio blowouts Live at Baker's and Out of Nowhere.
The coastal community of Jonesport where beauty is as honest and unselfconscious as you are likely to find anywhere in Maine.