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Use "unresisted" in a sentence
"But a rapid, easy, unresisted victory, is too much for the credulity of the most careless reader."
"Mona Charen, a syndicated columnist writing in the Examiner, says that voters "betrayed their kids" and that President Obama could have stopped it: "For most District children, who were just placing a foot on the proverbial ladder of opportunity, the election was a buzz saw -- unresisted by the first black president.""
"Barack Obama's irresistible, or at least unresisted, propensity for self-aggrandizement bubbled up yet again during his recent trip to the Far East when he proclaimed himself "America's first Pacific president.""