unresistant

[ ri-zis-tuh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF unresistant
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John could not argue with a woman who was so unresistant of manner: to him, manner constituted argument.

Out of the void a bright spirit had roved into her world, sweeping her, eager and unresistant, into youth and life and laughter.

WORD ORIGIN

c.1600, from French résistant, present participle of résister (see resist). In reference to diseases or drugs from 1897.

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