Definitions

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  • adjective undemanding

Etymologies

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non- +‎ demanding

Examples

  • But Casey was such a delightful baby, with such a lovely, easygoing, nondemanding, sunshiny disposition, that Buff and I quickly fell into a regular schedule, and, minus a few toddler moments, it was all fairly smooth sailing.

    Good-Enough Mother

  • But Casey was such a delightful baby, with such a lovely, easygoing, nondemanding, sunshiny disposition, that Buff and I quickly fell into a regular schedule, and, minus a few toddler moments, it was all fairly smooth sailing.

    Good-Enough Mother

  • It seemed to relax Teska to be with the Rigelians, and Spock found their company to be agreeable and nondemanding.

    Mind Meld

  • But the clinician should not be excessively cautious, and judgment must be exercised to ensure that the task is not too simple or nondemanding.

    Planned Short-Term Treatment

  • Both of these early assignments encourage the development of open verbal communication within a relaxed and nondemanding atmosphere.

    Planned Short-Term Treatment

  • Rather, it refers to a kind of ideal therapeutic presence: nondemanding yet alive, simultaneously tuning in to the person in the chair and to glimmerings from one’s own unconscious, the willingness to be affected by a client, not just affect him or her.

    THE HUSBANDS AND WIVES CLUB

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