from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not marked by or exhibiting uncertainty or indecision: unquestioning faith.
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- adj. Believing without question; having absolute loyalty; faithful; doubtless.
- adj. Naive.
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- adj. being without doubt or reserve
- adj. not inclined to ask questions
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I think your question of 'unquestioning' is more to state than to ask.
Limbaugh speaks – the GOP march in unquestioning lockstep to his commands.
Other than that: Why does the media label unquestioning support of the gov't as "patriotism"?
We reluctantly succumbed to the notion of unquestioning exploitation of the globe's resources, in accordance with the degree of power a company or an individual enjoyed in the marketplace, but were less than enamoured at having this paradigm thrust upon us.
That I had to believe the word unquestioning, I asked my aunt while in uni ... she was a pastor with FOUNTAIN OF LIFE ... she said I was questioning the bible and told my parents I needed deliverance, I asked a Jew and he said we christians don't know anything about the religion we claim ...
Respect being defined as unquestioning deference for their beliefs regardless of how often you try to ignore or negate their interference with your life.
Yeah, this kind of unquestioning arrogance is why I'm an atheist.
People on the left should be too sceptical to have that kind of unquestioning regard for any institution of authority.
More seriously, the lived manner in which Legionaries practice obedience is laced with the kind of unquestioning submission which allowed the cult of personality to emerge around the figure of Maciel in the first place and covered for his misdeeds.
This well rounded guy, who was likely a very competitive workaholic, (you may not get that from the other workaholics at MSNBC,) was well loved, and from what they say, he was willing to debate anything and everything including his deep, "unquestioning," Catholic faith.