unthreateningly love



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  • adv. In an unthreatening way.


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  • He is wearing the goldfish necktie, but it is unthreateningly loose around his neck.

    The Man Who Lives In My Shower

  • But the plot traced out by those 53 chapters is unthreateningly simple, and even the narrative, though clearly puffed and tumoured a little in terms of length, is not much longer.

    Robert Jordan, Wheel of Time 1: the Eye of the World (1990)

  • So much for staying undercover, he thought, sticking out his hand and smiling unthreateningly as he approached the other man.


  • You've got a lot of things going for you: you're always smart, a little nerdy, vaguely creative, and enjoyably sarcastic -- but you're doomed to melt whenever you encounter the first unthreateningly quirky Manic Pixie Dream Girl who crosses your path.

    Nate Jones: HuffPost Review: (500) Days of Summer

  • The aesthetics of his campaign are likewise unthreateningly pleasant.

    Teddy Wayne: Goobama: Obama Is the Google Candidate

  • Judging by its performance over Iraq, the CIA would presumably take the prospective picture of your Grace at face value, while unthreateningly stationing an Aircraft Carrier in the Vancouver Gulf there are no military plans to attack Alberta

    when sea serpents fart « raincoaster

  • He crossed the break in the rows of washers, hands stuffed unthreateningly into his pockets.

    The Town

  • Aydrian slowly uncurled and rolled to his knees, then slowly and unthreateningly stood up.


  • She continued to move delicately and unthreateningly, her hand out.


  • His hands moved lightly, unthreateningly, over her back, both above and below her waist.



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