Definition of non-confrontational in English:

non-confrontational

Line breaks: non-confronta¦tion¦al

adjective

Tending to deal with situations calmly and diplomatically; not aggressive or hostile: a non-confrontational approach to matrimonial disputes
More example sentences
  • The message, in white lettering on a sky-blue background, is nonconfrontational by design.
  • I long ago decided not to debate such comments or only fleetingly make a passing remark in a non-confrontational manner.
  • The Lib Dems have a reputation for promoting a consensual, non-confrontational approach to politics.

Derivatives

non-confrontationally

adverb

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