nonthreatening love

Definitions

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  • adjective Not threatening; not presenting a threat.

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Examples

  • This is what can happen if we connect ourselves NOW in "nonthreatening" ways using the Internet.

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  • This is what can happen if we connect ourselves NOW in "nonthreatening" ways using the Internet.

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  • Mrs. Obama said that establishing a vegetable garden on the South Lawn this past year proved to be a surprisingly potent way to start a "nonthreatening" conversation about eating right and fighting obesity.

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  • It wasn't clear that the country would vote to elect an African-American president ... but it was believed that Obama had a chance because he was someone whites would regard as a "nonthreatening" black person.

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  • "During the first season, I was just starting out and a lot of my cases were strange and kind of nonthreatening," he says.

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  • "nonthreatening," said it was opened by a staffer and immediately turned over to the Michigan State Police.

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  • Aidan took several steps toward Julius, his posture casual, nonthreatening.

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  • The same holds true with nimbus: the guy was awkward and embarrassing but seemed small and completely nonthreatening.

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  • Once basic tests are concluded, however, analysts said the carrier could be used for limited patrols around China's territorial waters, as well as for conducting visits to foreign countries to present China's newfound naval strength in a nonthreatening manner.

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  • Aidan took several steps toward Julius, his posture casual, nonthreatening.

    Haven

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