- be devoid of any sense of shame; be lost to (all sense of ) shame; be past all sense [feelings] of shame; have no sense of shame [honor] at all; blush like a black [blue] dog; devoid of all sense of shame; without any sense of shame; nothing can abash him [her].; shameless; unscrupulously; not feel ashamed; callous to shame; dead to shame
- 恬不知恥, 厚顏無恥: be dead to shame; be lost to shame; be past shame; be quite without shame; hav ...
- 恬不知恥的蕩婦: a brazen hussy
- 胡說八道！你怎么這么恬不知恥: nonsense ! how can you say that and keep a straight face
- 不知恥: have no sense of shame
- 恬不知悔: be devoid of any sense of repentance -- to have no compunction
- 不知恥的: graceless; unashamed
- 全不知恥: be lost to all sense of shame
- 無羞恥心, 毫不知恥: have no sense of shame
- 知恥: trust worthy
- 知恥的: honourable
- 知恥夫: chichio
- 恬不為怪: take no offense at . . . ; regard calmly sth. reprehensible; quiet and content ...
- 恬不為意: be nonchalant [calm, indifferent]; remain unruffled [unperturbed]; couldn't ca ...
- 知恥近乎勇: feeling of shame is close to bravery
- 不知: 1.(不知道) not to know; have no idea of; be ignorant of; be in the dark; be all a ...
- 不知為不知: know is know noknow is noknow
- 我不知，我不知: i don’t know i don’t know
- 不知春: bu chi chun
- 不知道: a stranger to; be ignorant of; be insensible of; buzhi; dk don't know; have no ...
- 不知恩: ingratitude
- 不知火: e00a; shiranuhi; shiranui
- 不知覺: incognizance
- 不知郎: fuchiro
- 不知名: lack of distinction; u ameable; unnameable
- 恬: 形容詞[書面語]1.(恬靜) quiet; peaceful; tranquil; calm 恬適 quiet and contented [c ...
- 恬淡: indifferent to fame or gain
- "i was after the bucks," he said boldly .
- He was dead to all feelings of shame .
- On what foundation does your bold, mad, pitiable, and execrable arrogance rest ?
- " i was after the bucks , " he said boldly
- He was so shameless that he said she loved him
- Julian ' s writing a poem on her stomach . - what a cad
- - julian ' s writing a poem on her stomach . - what a cad
- A nigger , shameless , who destroyed the life of a nation idol
- One thick - skinned show - off waves his foot in the flames for a foolhardy second
- He is my own little self , my lord , he knows no shame ; but i am ashamed to come to thy door in his company