Definition of unresisting in English:

unresisting

Line breaks: un|re¦sist¦ing
Pronunciation: /ʌnrɪˈzɪstɪŋ
 
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adjective

Not showing, producing, or putting up any resistance: he pulled her, unresisting, into his embrace
More example sentences
  • Somebody sneaks in and chloroforms you, or sprays knock-out gas under your door, and while you are comatose and unresisting, your worldly goods are stripped.
  • Just as long as we don't present an unresisting target.
  • The book by Strauss that he selects for critique in the First Meditation is so undemanding a pewside read, so unresisting an object for intelligent scorn, that one wonders why Nietzsche is bothering, and evidently so does he.

Derivatives

unresistingly

adverb
More example sentences
  • And when she was done, she took his hands unresistingly and pulled him into her irresistible embrace.
  • Englishmen would then die unresistingly, and they would go down in history as heroes of nonviolence.
  • It's what you've been groomed for, what you've been set up for, what you've been trained to believe unresistingly for all this time.

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