Definition of "unargumentative" [unargumentative]

  • Not argumentative; uninclined to argue. (adjective)

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Use "unargumentative" in a sentence
  • "Lady Bryan who was sensitive to her charge's willful ways and was curbing them with gentle firmness had, as a reward for dutiful and unargumentative behavior over the previous week, invited a select party to celebrate with the household."
  • "She would learn to be docile and unargumentative, for those two qualities seemed to be high on her husband's list of duties."
  • "'It might be just because every country has one, that the one in Johannesburg is not news,' Conrad murmured, in a tone a little too carefully unargumentative."
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