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  • adv. In a nonconfrontational manner.


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nonconfrontational +‎ -ly


  • They are living their faith, for the most part peacefully and nonconfrontationally, every day.

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  • It could have been that Brokaw suspected Obama of anti-Israel bias and phrased the question nonconfrontationally in the hope of drawing him out -- in which case either Brokaw's suspicions were false or Obama didn't fall for his tactic.

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  • As head of thevital civil service, she is everything local people want: a Democrat, an excellent administrator, tough enough to stand up to Beijing and sensible enough to negotiate nonconfrontationally.

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  • I was really surprised at how if you go to them nonconfrontationally they respond in kind.

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  • In the meantime, she had to feel her way along slowly and nonconfrontationally.

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