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  • adj. Not offering opposition.


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un- +‎ opposing


  • We have grassroots groups that swear obedience to the opposition party, even as the useless unopposing party condemns the activists.

    We Have Nothing But Fear Itself

  • Knight walked on, and Elfride with him, silent and unopposing.

    A Pair of Blue Eyes

  • Master Chuter spoke with triumph in his tone, but it was the triumph of delivering his sentiments to unopposing hearers.

    Jan of the Windmill

  • The balloon rose about half a mile from the earth, and with a favourable wind it hurried through the air, its feathered vans cleaving the unopposing atmosphere.


  • How many naval commanders have enriched themselves, by fortunate captures of unopposing treasure-ships, or on long preserved snug stations, without the smallest personal hazard, to a degree far beyond what his lordship ever acquired, who was continually engaged in scenes of the utmost fatigue and peril!

    The Life of the Right Honourable Horatio Lord Viscount Nelson


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