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unconsenting Line breaks: un|con¦sent|ing
Pronunciation: /ʌnkənˈsɛntɪŋ/

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Definition of unconsenting in English:

adjective

Not consenting: it is too heavy a burden to be borne unconsenting
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  • Thing is, so far it looks like people are more disgusted by consensual group sex than the repeated manhandling of unconsenting women.
  • His comments regarding circumcision were ill-informed and failed to take into account the ethical and human rights issues pertaining to forced sexual reduction surgery on unconsenting minors.
  • As soon as the practice of students practising examination technique on unconscious and unconsenting patients becomes widely known, what remaining trust the public has in the medical profession will be further undermined.

Words that rhyme with unconsenting

unrelenting

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