from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Not aggressive.


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  • The lapse of time had asserted itself upon his upper lip in an inaggressive but indisputable moustache, in an added inch or so of stature, and in his less conscious carriage.

    Love and Mr Lewisham

  • "Manning," she said, and contemplated a figure of inaggressive persistence.

    Ann Veronica: A Modern Love Story

  • It cannot hope to give any such exclusive prosperity as a Zollverein might afford; it can hold out no hopes of collective conquests and triumphs -- its utmost military rôle must be the guaranteeing of a common inaggressive security; but it can, if it is to survive, it must, give all its constituent parts such a civilisation as none of them could achieve alone, a civilisation, a wealth and fullness of life increasing and developing with the years.

    An Englishman Looks at the World


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