Definition of unselfconsciousness in US English:

unselfconsciousness

noun

  • See unselfconscious

    • ‘The complete unselfconsciousness and lack of pretentiousness in her work appears to stem from the artist herself and the down-to-earth quality that resonates from her.’
    • ‘They roll around the Yorkshire dales with the easy intimacy and irritating unselfconsciousness of young sweethearts.’
    • ‘Singing requires both confidence and unselfconsciousness and neither are things that we do well in this age.’
    • ‘The Pillow Book, Peter Greenaway's film about Japanese calligraphy, established McGregor's unselfconsciousness when it came to taking off his clothes.’
    • ‘It is a ghost story, a tragedy, a policier and a drawing room comedy: a captivating story performed with childlike unselfconsciousness.’

Pronunciation

unselfconsciousness

/ˌənˌsɛlfˈkɑnʃəsnəs//ˌənˌselfˈkänSHəsnəs/