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  • adj. Not frustrated.


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un- +‎ frustrated


  • And she has to be calm enough to be unfrustrated by the limitations of working on time-consuming projects in her all too finite amounts of spare time.

    On the Survival of Rats in the Slush Pile -- Part 5

  • [632] Here, again, as in a coda, Augustine restates his central theme and motif in the whole of his "confessions": the primacy of God, His constant creativity, his mysterious, unwearied, unfrustrated redemptive love.

    Confessions and Enchiridion, newly translated and edited by Albert C. Outler

  • Both arguments may have equal merit, but I believe the reason is primarily due to the lack of fearless enthusiasm and unfrustrated ambition that I previously refered to as being so vital a part of British television programming.

    Television—Progress and Promise

  • However, to my mind the outstanding success of BBC television programming has been largely due to an inherent fearless enthusiasm and unfrustrated ambition.

    Television—Progress and Promise

  • Susan: It can be difficult to balance an iterative approach to game design and keeping players unfrustrated.

    Joho the Blog

  • Of course it was the cold pool at the open end the boy looked forward to, the freezing, sometimes wave-washed, sea-water pool, where he did his so many lengths, splashing in all directions, unfrustrated by MacMurrough’s tuition.

    At Swim, Two Boys


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