Definitions

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  • adj. not provocative

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Examples

  • | Reply | Permalink fogu2 ... you are such a dickhead ... you really are becoming boring and your posts are really unprovoking ... losing your edge?

    McCain Camp's New Attack: Obama Is The One Who's The Same As Bush

  • The marching an army into the midst of a peaceful Mexican settlement, frightening the inhabitants away, leaving their growing crops and other property to destruction, to you may appear a perfectly amiable, peaceful, unprovoking procedure; but it does not appear so to us.

    A Short Life of Abraham Lincoln

  • Whenever they have spoken at all they have said this; and they have said it on what has appeared good reason to them; the marching of an army into the midst of a peaceful Mexican settlement, frightening the inhabitants away, leaving their growing crops and other property to destruction, to _you_ may appear a perfectly amiable, peaceful, unprovoking procedure; but it does not appear so to _us_.

    Abraham Lincoln: a History — Volume 01

  • The bar suricata old reconsideration logistic sawmill gelatin, brevoortia, and drifter, and economically premeditated ones latinate crab and impeccably embryotic amblyopic unprovoking dope.

    POWET.TV

  • If theres hatred toward zionists, its not like they’re innocent and unprovoking, the victim.

    Think Progress » Gingrich: ‘This Is, In Fact, World War III’ And The U.S. ‘Ought To Be Helping’

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