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  • adj. Not resentful; without resentment.

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  • adj. not resentful


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  • But his general air, none the less, -- the expression of his figure and his motions, as well as of his face and voice, -- was somehow that of an indolent melancholy, a kind of unresentful disenchantment, as if he had long ago perceived that cakes are mostly dough, and had accommodated himself to the perception with a regret that was half amusement.

    The Lady Paramount

  • Eleven years of Tricksy had left her cheerful, unresentful, and practical.

    The Elvis Latte

  • In support of Canadian feminists protesting the new goverment's hamstringing of the Status of Women's Canada SWC, and in blatant copying of some great bloggers, here are five things feminism has done for me: 1. Got me born to an unresentful mama.

    What if No One's Watching?: October 2006 Archives

  • Then he made friends with me again, which is a proof of the extreme kindness of his gentle and unresentful heart.

    The Possessed

  • Despite his shortcomings in the areas of maintenance and religion, they seemed generally unresentful of his presence among them, finding him, well, novel, if not actually entertaining.

    Fierce Invalids Home From Hot Climates

  • Silk nodded again, certain that he was being gulled but unresentful.

    Calde of the Long Sun

  • Difficulties are the factors that train and make a people great and we will have a great people organized, disciplined, hard-working, fighting, and we will attain unusual success in the future only if today we learn to become a people unresentful of sacrifices.


  • They looked at their father with sad but unresentful reproach in their swiftly shadowed eyes.

    Prudence Says So

  • "I am sorry for many of the worries I have caused," he said, in a quiet, unresentful manner, free alike from surprise or anger.

    A Husband by Proxy

  • East Elgin was not an attractive locality; it suffered from inundation sometimes, when the river was in spring flood; it gave unresentful room to a tannery.

    The Imperialist


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