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

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Prove Your Poetic Prowess With This Quiz On Poetry Terms

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EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

She considered the speaker: his outlandish garb, his unprotesting self-possession.
Lady Kingsmead came to her door once or twice, but was not allowed to enter, and went away unprotesting.
THE HALOBETTINA VON HUTTEN
There is a much greater number of silent and unprotesting men in camp than is generally supposed, to whom this is offensive.
THE PLATTSBURG MANUALO.O. ELLIS AND E.B. GAREY
He did not move, but only bled at the large lips, ghastly and unprotesting, and the cold blue eyes looked as natural as life.
THE ENTAILED HATGEORGE ALFRED TOWNSEND
Curiously enough, this course had finally brought her tranquillity of a sort and an utter unprotesting acquiescence.
AN ALABASTER BOXMARY E. WILKINS FREEMAN AND FLORENCE MORSE KINGSLEY
Michael's swift glance went to him, his soul irradiated by that unprotesting affirmation of Potch's faith.
THE BLACK OPALKATHARINE SUSANNAH PRICHARD
Unprotesting, Cole got to his feet, allowing the doctor to take hold of his arm and help him up.
THE VARIABLE MANPHILIP K. DICK
He pressed the surface carefully and returned it to the stiff, unprotesting fingers.
THE DEFENDERSPHILIP K. DICK
I relieved him, unprotesting, of the drum, thanking my stars there was so much as a stick left of it.
THE CROSSINGWINSTON CHURCHILL
I sat with my legs dangling, and my hands crossed in my lap, feeling I had got to take what was coming unprotesting.
'GREEN BALLS'PAUL BEWSHER

WORDS RELATED TO UNPROTESTING

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