unforced

[ fawrst, fohrst ]SEE DEFINITION OF unforced

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNFORCED

His unforced geniality made Trent ashamed, for he had liked the man.

Poetry and religious feeling will be the unforced flowers of life.

The conversation, while not specially brilliant, was unforced and gayly bantering.

Yet the transition is as unforced as any such transition can be.

The author's style is simple, natural, and unforced, rather the expression of the scientific than of the literary type of mind.

Not for a great while have I read a story so unforced and appealing.

No poet was ever warmed by a more genuine or unforced inspiration.

In three columns, it commended little but the character of Marlborough, and the writer's "incomparably easy and unforced style."

It gave her content to find tender demonstration becoming more and more an unforced habit.

The grandeur of her Mien was not stiff, but unstudied and unforced, mixed with a simplicity; free, yet not loose nor affected.

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