Definitions

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  • adjective Not conflicted; at peace

Etymologies

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un- +‎ conflicted

Examples

  • And the Film Council's chief executive John Woodward resigned on Monday (13Sep10) to enable him to remain "unconflicted" as officials discuss the future of the U. K.'s movie industry.

    Hollywood.com - Recent News

  • And the Film Council's chief executive John Woodward resigned on Monday (13Sep10) to enable him to remain "unconflicted" as officials discuss the future of the U. K.'s movie industry.

    Hollywood.com - Recent News

  • And the Film Council's chief executive John Woodward resigned on Monday (13Sep10) to enable him to remain "unconflicted" as officials discuss the future of the U. K.'s movie industry.

    Hollywood.com - Recent News

  • And the Film Council's chief executive John Woodward resigned on Monday (13Sep10) to enable him to remain "unconflicted" as officials discuss th e future of the U. K.'s movie industry.

    NEWS UK FILM COUNCIL BOSS QUITS Music, movie & Entertainment News

  • And the Film Council's chief executive John Woodward resigned on Monday (13Sep10) to enable him to remain "unconflicted" as officials discuss the future of the U. K.'s movie industry.

    Hollywood.com - Recent News

  • And the Film Council's chief executive John Woodward resigned on Monday (13Sep10) to enable him to remain "unconflicted" as officials discuss the future of the U. K.'s movie industry.

    Hollywood.com - Recent News

  • And the Film Council's chief executive John Woodward resigned on Monday (13Sep10) to enable him to remain "unconflicted" as officials discuss the future of the U. K.'s movie industry.

    Hollywood.com - Recent News

  • And the Film Council's chief executive John Woodward resigned on Monday (13Sep10) to enable him to remain "unconflicted" as officials discuss the future of the U. K.'s movie industry.

    Hollywood.com - Recent News

  • About 60 percent of the respondents were classified as "unconflicted" shoppers, meaning they fall in the mid-range of Tightwad-Spendthrift scale used to rate people according to their attitudes on spending money.

    TierneyLab

  • About 60 percent of the respondents were classified as "unconflicted" shoppers, meaning they fall in the mid-range of Tightwad-Spendthrift scale used to rate people according to their attitudes on spending money.

    TierneyLab

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