Synonyms for Undisguised:


artless (adjective)
artless, direct, sincere, undeceiving, trusting, candid, overt, uncalculating, genuine, downright, unrestrained, blunt, straightforward, Unartful, honest, unsophisticated, un-artificial, unaffected, undeceptive, broad, naive, natural, frank, outgoing, ingenuous, Plain-spoken, plain, undeceitful, callow, open, Unbeguiling.
broad (adjective)
open, plain, clear, straightforward.
direct (adjective)
downright, frank, sincere, blunt, candid.
downright (adjective)
honest, blatant.
flagrant (adjective)
obvious, noticeable.
forthright (adjective)
frank (adjective)
naive, natural, Plain-spoken, artless, ingenuous.
honest (adjective)
ingenuous (adjective)
unaffected, unsophisticated, trusting, Unartful.
naked (adjective)
obvious (adjective)
pronounced, self-evident, observable, visible.
plainspoken (adjective)


obvious (noun)
observable, self-evident, obvious, significant, clear, noticeable, pronounced, visible, blatant.

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Other relevant words:
obvious, observable, pronounced, visible, noticeable, blatant, clear.

Usage examples for undisguised

  1. The admiration in the little woman's eyes was undisguised – A Modern Chronicle, Volume 6 by Winston Churchill
  2. And whereas it was likewise deposed by She- fo- pao, That the grain being ripe at that season, the stems were exceeding high and strong, so as to render it difficult to walk amongst them, it seems that Vang- yung- man, in walking through the corn, had produced a rustling noise very audible to She- fo- pao, who was sitting on the declivity of the hill, and in a direction in which the wind favoured the progress of the sound; but when the latter called out, the wind, on the contrary, prevented him from being heard, and consequently from receiving an answer; this mischance, therefore, gave rise to his suspicion of the approach of wild beasts, which appears to have been the sole and undisguised motive for firing the gun. – Travels in China, Containing Descriptions, Observations, and Comparisons, Made and Collected in the Course of a Short Residence at the Imperial Palace of Yuen-Min-Yuen, and on a Subsequent Journey through the Country from Pekin to Canton by John Barrow
  3. Croyden looked them over in undisguised disgust. – In Her Own Right by John Reed Scott