- adj. Not resented.
- un- + resented (Wiktionary)
“In support of this charge he had nothing whatever to show, and his friends disbelieved it, knowing him to be the last man in the world to leave such a wrong unresented.”
“It was a mark of singular self – control in Morris that he suffered this to pass unchallenged, and even unresented.”
“I was able to remember that the method seemed right and natural to me in those days ... but I was also able to remember that those unresented cuffings made me sorry for the victim and ashamed for the punisher ...”
“The army—intensely conservative though its military ideas might be—also regarded itself as the repository of the pride of the Prussian people, and the insults heaped upon the head of their monarch did not go unnoticed or unresented.”
“The outrageous character of the law was too palpable to be unperceived and unresented.”
“There could be no reproach in listening to these, unresented, but Santron assumed a most indignant air, and more than once affected to be overcome by a spirit of recrimination.”
“As France was at that time involved in the calamities of a religious war, this act of barbarity had remained unresented, had not a single man of Mont Marfan, named Dominique de”
“Meantime, Jan's prestige had been lowered in the eyes of half a dozen other dogs, each one of whom would certainly presume upon the unresented affront they had seen put upon him by their common enemy.”
“Often I suffered their flings and their blows to pass unresented;”
“The girl herself with her square sense of justice, would have recognized his comments as crude jesting and would have passed them by unresented.”
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