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  • adj. Not disturbing

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Examples

  • 2002-04-23 Disturbing nightmare, because really why would it be an "undisturbing" nightmare?

    hemopoetic Diary Entry

  • All that, and a laugh track that 's strangely undisturbing — we may be starting to miss them — equals good reason for those viewer ratings.

    Make an Appointment

  • He added that Entropa “lampoons the socially activist art that balances on the verge between would-be controversial attacks on national character and undisturbing decoration of an official space”.

    Web Translations » Blog Archive » Can Europe laugh at itself?

  • The piece thus also lampoons the socially activist art that balances on the verge between would-be controversial attacks on national character and undisturbing decoration of an official space.

    Boing Boing

  • Meaning is foreclosed for the statement "Truth is tropes," the in itself undisturbing identification which "White Mythology" locates in "metaphor in the text of philosophy," as it is extended in the sentence of Nietzsche.

    Double-Take. Reading De Man and Derrida Writing on Tropes.

  • And I resign myself to the fact that I must try to reach them, for beauty cannot go undisturbed and undisturbing.

    Archive 2003-04-01

  • It's deep and rich like silt on a riverbed and just as undisturbing. the currents mouth below me opens up around me. suggests and beckons all while swallowing.

    anasthesia Diary Entry

  • On the basis of existence and identity by virtue simply of labeling with names, we can establish, in an undisturbed and undisturbing manner, in accordance with our experience, what is a fault or a good quality, what is to be rejected or accepted, and the benefits of engaging in productive and constructive actions.

    The Gelug-Kagyu Tradition of Mahamudra ��� Session Ten

  • Nay, the social silence, or undisturbing voices of a wife or sister will be like a restorative atmosphere, or soft music which moulds a dream without becoming its object.

    The Life of Samuel Taylor Coleridge 1838

  • It is true that a church is much more peaceable and undisturbing when it tries experiments upon religious emotions with colored lights than when it makes reports upon the steel trust.

    Christianity and Progress

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