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- adj. Not confrontational.
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Especially as he is such an unconfrontational individual.
Since he consistently makes his first remarks so general and unconfrontational, that they clamor for him to hit back!! lol lol ... this is rich and I am loving it.
There was never a physical threat, I hardly talked to her, I stayed unconfrontational b/c of isaac and her daughter.
Not when it's got a human shield of pointy-headed, atheistic, unconfrontational breadwinners who are willing to pay the bills and play nice in the vain hope of winning a vote that we can never have.
Also, Conversation with My Gardener: "Inoffensive and unconfrontational, and never trying to scratch under the neat lacquered surface of cheerful double entendres and sunny repartees, this is a natural platform for the talents of Daniel Auteuil and Keith Thompson, is a funny-sad, icky-sweet comedy of family dysfunction - a genre that seems to flourish in Australia, this film's country of origin," writes
I thought he was very level and unconfrontational, personally.
From an Advancing the Goals of Social Justice perspective, perhaps this ought to then be a springboard for how “we” can make our movement appealing and accessible to “people like him,” but that smacks to me of a tone argument, a call for the oppressed to somehow make plight amenable enough, sympathetic enough, unconfrontational enough to their oppressors in order to gain allies and make changes, and I should hope everyone reading this blog is familiar with why that question, phrased in that way, is so problematic.