from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. In an uncomplaining manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an uncomplaining manner; without murmuring or complaint.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. without complaining
Sorry, no etymologies found.
A Germany that wants once again to be a "normal" country is not a nation that will uncomplainingly consent to the perpetual southern shift of its income and wealth, which is the only alternative to default other than devaluation, unavailable to euro-zone countries.
'A chap who would willingly spend two years in deepest Africa searching for the ultimate cup of coffee, yet who would uncomplainingly partake of the vile brew we were served that night, in the boudoir of the most notorious libertine and socialite of the age; such a man was, quite unmistakably, a fellow spirit.
My grandfather's brother, Bobby, came to live with them, followed by her cantankerous father-in-law, and she cooked and cleaned uncomplainingly for all of them.
It's still light, but they lie down uncomplainingly, I quickly read Jonah a story, and off they drift.
I, Howard, must play our parts and play them bravely and uncomplainingly — you as well as I, but I even more than you.
Bearing uncomplainingly, for years, bodily infirmities which would have utterly discouraged others, he worked for our welfare unceasingly.
She uncomplainingly dragged costume hampers through the car park and didn't flinch – even though she was dressed in money, with the cash fees for her performances in La Traviata secreted all over her strapping body – when soldiers pointed machine guns at us.
Perhaps Ana had been thinking of those words when she followed me uncomplainingly to Andalucia.
Whether conscious of it or not, he was looking for someone he could trust to receive his orders uncomplainingly.
Luke did the tasks uncomplainingly, with a ferocity that bordered on the manic, because it was the only way, he said, that he would learn.