Definitions

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  • adj. Not having been rebuffed.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ rebuffed

Examples

  • She lay propped in bed, and Halsey sat beside her, unrebuffed, and held her hand while she talked.

    The Circular Staircase

  • "Oh, we're going there this morning," she rejoined, unrebuffed by what she probably took for a mere social awkwardness, while Mr.. Westmore interposed: "But, Maria, Mr. Truscomb is ill, and has sent Mr. Amherst to say that we are not to come."

    The Fruit of the Tree

  • "Excuse me, Lieutenant," interrupted the unrebuffed little Midshipman;

    All Around the Moon

  • "Also," continued the Scot, quite unrebuffed, "it would be interesting to know what exactly ye mean when ye call yoursel 'a Bohemian.

    The Nest Builder

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