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unconfrontational

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  • adjective Not confrontational.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I thought he was very level and unconfrontational, personally.

    Waldo Jaquith - Will your core beliefs switch with the presidency?

  • Especially as he is such an unconfrontational individual.

    Tony Blair: The Next Labour Prime Minister?

  • There was never a physical threat, I hardly talked to her, I stayed unconfrontational b/c of isaac and her daughter.

    Dallas Blog, Daily News, Dallas Politics, Opinion, and Commentary FrontBurner Blog D Magazine » Blog Archive » This is Why My Wife Was Maced This Morning

  • 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.

    Obama Slams McCain For Saying He's "Proud" Of Britney Ad

  • 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.

    Archive 2004-11-07

  • 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.

    There's what Kerry said, and what we were thinking ...

  • 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.

    Archive 2004-11-01

  • 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

    GreenCine Daily

  • I thought he was very level and unconfrontational, personally.

    Waldo Jaquith

  • 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.

    you see barriers, i see invitations. « Love | Peace | Ohana

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