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Definition of "unassumed" []

  • Not assumed; not taking on; not taking responsibility for (adjective)
  • (of a road) not owned or maintained by a municipality (adjective)

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Use "unassumed" in a sentence
  • "Catholics hold that, before the Resurrection, the Body of Christ was subject to all the bodily weaknesses to which human nature unassumed is universally subject; such are hunger, thirst, pain, death."
  • "Christ was subject to "bodily weaknesses to which human nature unassumed is universally subject.""
  • "But our Solicitor – General rose to his legs a happy man, with all that grace of motion, that easy slowness, that unassumed confidence which belongs to the ordinary doings of our familiar life."
  • "Christ was subject to "bodily weaknesses to which human nature unassumed is universally subject.""
  • "The detective returned the greeting with a cheerfulness that was entirely unassumed."