unoffending : Definition, Usages, News and More
- a not offending
an unoffending motorist should not have been stopped
- a not causing anger or annoyance
- Now there you have the type of rubber-jawed female who thinks she's going all-out for victory by slapping some unoffending stranger with the sneer: "Why aren't you in uniform?".
- Genuinely shocked and grieved by what he considered a violation of a gentlemen's agreement, Judge Trenchard ousted not only newsreels but also unoffending newspaper .
- And it was so ordered -- generations of pious, unoffending custom supposedly overturned by one decree out of a courtroom in San Francisco.
- John McCain in RTT News
And it was so ordered -- generations of pious, unoffending custom supposedly overturned by one decree out of a courtroom in San Francisco,McCain added.
- Thomas Jefferson in BorderFire Report
A more tranquil and unoffending station could not have been found for mesaid Jefferson at the time, but he had plans to be president and would become our third.
- Tom Stoppard in guardian.co.uk
Confession is an act of violence to the unoffending,as Tom Stoppard says in The Invention of Love .