from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Showing patience and tolerance; not complaining.
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- adj. Without complaint; patient and tolerant
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not complaining; not murmuring; not disposed to murmur; submissive.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not complaining
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Even my sister, who generally went along with every one of dad’s Saturday afternoon schemes in a kind of uncomplaining trance, seemed mildly put out by the presence of the bag.
Yet, uncomplaining, Brandon dug until the trowel dropped from his exhausted hand.
Covers were dragged across courts, umbrellas and hooded capes unfurled, and Britain reminded itself that there is remains one sport – uncomplaining stoicism – at which it is the undisputed world champion.
He was stubborn, but he was also charming, resourceful, generous, kind, funny, uncomplaining, and good at making friends and allies of those around him.
I loved it as it always bothered me that Penelope seemed so uncomplaining and patient in the face of her husbands extended absence and persistant infidelity.
The Kent police expressed occasional irritation that so much of their time was spent looking for Henry, but usually, they were helpful, efficient, and uncomplaining.
So all you relativists out there, please let me know and I will simplify my life considerably at your uncomplaining expense.
He was uncomplaining, with a patience that was as terrible as the school in which it had been learned.
I am a king in the kingdom of sense, and trample the face of the uncomplaining dust ....
Antonsen toiled like the giant he was, uncomplaining, persistent, but driven to his utmost by the powerful body and indomitable brain of