Definitions

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  • adv. In an unresentful way.

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Examples

  • Gabriel, leaning on his elbow, looked for a few moments unresentfully on her tangled hair and half-open mouth, listening to her deep-drawn breath.

    Dubliners

  • I had always accepted this fact unresentfully and unquestioningly, but it had steeped my whole life in its tincture of bitterness.

    Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1909 to 1922

  • He was a man's beauty, as distinguished from a beauty-man; other men were given to admiring him extravagantly and unresentfully.

    From the Car Behind

  • Even if we must from now on walk softly all the days of our life, and prepare to accept unresentfully disappointment and heart-sickening delay, we can still draw comfort from this:

    The Trade Union Woman

  • "I might," said Mr. Aram, unresentfully, and with little interest.

    Cinderella And Other Stories

  • He had been interrupted in the task of unpacking and arranging these possessions, but he stepped unresentfully toward the bed where his coat lay, and pulled it on, feeling at the open collar of his shirt, and giving a glance of apology toward the disorder of the apartment.

    The Exiles and Other Stories

  • The botany tells us that bouncing-bet has "escaped from cultivation" -- she has been thrust out, but unresentfully lives and smiles; opening her tender pinky-opalescent flowers adown the dusty roadsides, and even on barren gravel-beds in railroad cuts.

    Home Life in Colonial Days

  • Milray had dealt handsomely with his widow, as he unresentfully called her, and the money he assigned her was of a destiny perhaps as honored as its origin.

    Ragged Lady — Complete

  • But he was rather glad to have been roused to a sense of his absolute comfort, and he turned unresentfully to sleep again.

    A Pair of Patient Lovers

  • He is also happily and unresentfully dependent on others for most of his waking life.

    "BANPC" via James Bow in Google Reader

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