Definitions

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  • adj. Not suffering.
  • n. inability or incapability of enduring, or of being endured

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. Inability or incapability of enduring, or of being endured.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ suffering

Examples

  • That they should have clung so tenaciously to the popular notion of an "unsuffering" Messiah, may surprise us; but it gives inexpressible weight to their after-testimony to a suffering and dying

    Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

  • Monkton, to whose unsuffering bedside the minister was summoned.

    Memories and Portraits

  • "The same kind of peace and contentment will come to all your country when the world is settled down to law and order once more," said Eveley, with the sublime faith of the young and the unsuffering.

    Eve to the Rescue

  • Lena would have liked much better to spend her Sundays with the girls she always sat with, and who often asked her, and who teased her and made a gentle stir within her, but it never came to Lena's unexpectant and unsuffering german nature to do something different from what was expected of her, just because she would like it that way better.

    Three Lives Stories of The Good Anna, Melanctha and The Gentle Lena

  • But Lena in her unsuffering and unexpectant patience never really knew that she was slighted.

    The Gentle Lena

  • She stood in the hallway every morning a long time in her unexpectant and unsuffering german patience calling to the young ones to get up.

    The Gentle Lena

  • Sometimes Lena would wake up a little and get back into her face her old, gentle, patient, and unsuffering sweetness, but mostly Lena did not seem to hear much when the good german woman scolded.

    The Gentle Lena

  • Lena would have liked much better to spend her Sundays with the girls she always sat with, and who often asked her, and who teased her and made a gentle stir within her, but it never came to Lena’s unexpectant and unsuffering german nature to do something different from what was expected of her, just because she would like it that way better.

    The Gentle Lena

  • What a fine contempt he must have for mankind -- this unsuffering, remorseless cat whose creed makes him lower than nearly all humanity and bad as the devil himself.

    Idle Comments

  • Venice who wistfully asks an alms; worn and broken with sorrow and wrong; whose eyes appeal for pity, for comprehension of her good and for his love; and whose fascination and beauty are more to him than those of her unsuffering companions.

    The Poetry Of Robert Browning

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