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- adj. unresisting
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- adj. Unresisting.
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But not all of them stuck: among the many Shakespearean words that have passed out of use are "unsisting" (unhelpful), "immoment"
What can be made of _unsisting_ I know not; the best that occurs to me is _unfeeling_.
That wounds the unsisting postern with these strokes.
_unsisting postern_, out of which Mr. Rowe made _unresisting_, and the rest followed him.