immodestly immodestly


  • (adv) without modesty; in an immodest manner


  1. For, as a result of that brief encounter, the bigwigs of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer are now immodestly slapping their own backs with the fervor of flagellant monks.
  2. I watched many a soccer game whose rules I only dimly grasped, and was, immodestly speaking, one favorite carpool mom, but I never became my daughter's friend.
  3. On the edge of this exclusive area, Spaniards leered at diplomatically immune bathers, immodestly stretching out in their soggy suits.


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  1. "I will immodestly tell you," Mr. Parker told the Los Angeles Times in 2002, "it was bigger than anything, ever, including the Beatles and Elvis."
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  2. As Greer wrote in 1988, "It is not often given to women to recognise themselves in painting, still less to see their private world, their dreams, the insides of their heads, projected on such a scale and so immodestly, with such depth and colour."
    on Jul 16, 2004 By: Germaine Greer Source:

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