immodestly : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r without modesty; in an immodest manner
the book was entitled, immodestly, `All about Wisdom'
- Indeed, even Euronext immodestly describes itself as a "driver of the consolidation process .
- After the lead single, Beautiful Day, won three awards at last year's Grammysprompting Bono to declare immodestly, "We're reapplying for the job.
- 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.
News & Articles
- Stock Upgrades: AT&T Gets Good Reception
President Obama immodestly opined in 2008 that his election would one day be seen as "the moment when the rise of the oceans began to slow" but he is now benefiting from an inexorably
June 10, 2013 - Nasdaq
- Fess Parker in Washington Post
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."
- Germaine Greer in guardian.co.uk
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."