Thesaurus / uncomplaining

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Endurance, to excite commiseration, must be uncomplaining—an axiom the aggrieved of the gentle sex should remember.

RookwoodWilliam Harrison Ainsworth

The uncomplaining spirit you possess will greatly aid you in going through the dangers and hardships we may have to encounter.

The WanderersW.H.G. Kingston

As of old, the women become the nurturing mothers of men, their sisters and uncomplaining helpmates.

My Own StoryEmmeline Pankhurst

At all times they were the same patient, quiet, uncomplaining toilers.

My mother was old and frail, and her voice very gentle; she was the most trustful, uncomplaining woman I ever knew.

Fighting the WhalesR.M. Ballantyne

There are many instances of their cheery and uncomplaining humour.

The Great Boer WarArthur Conan Doyle

It seemed impossible to complete the never-ending round of duties, although with uncomplaining zeal Pierre kept patiently at them.

The Story of SilkSara Ware Bassett

But he is terribly bored, in his gentle, uncomplaining fashion.

Ah, she suffered and suffered with the uncomplaining calmness of an angel.

A body racked by pain was paying daily its loyal, uncomplaining tribute to his country.

Tenting on the PlainsElizabeth B. Custer
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.