Definition of unawed in English:

unawed

adjective

  • Not filled with awe:

    ‘we look for intelligent life off our planet but remain unawed by the societies that live parallel to us on earth’
    • ‘As a writer of fiction, Dickens generally remained distinctly unawed by its phenomena.’
    • ‘The result is an unawed, sometimes wry and witty, always elegantly written study that provides new insights on Churchill.’
    • ‘He spun out novels and plays too, all suitably lionized - though the author was unawed: ‘I think novels are rather easier to write than plays’.’
    • ‘A man of the people, he was unawed by popes but often too awed by princes.’

Pronunciation:

unawed

/ʌnˈɔːd/