Definition of unprotesting in US English:

unprotesting

adjective

  • Not objecting to what someone has said or done.

    • ‘Modest, unprotesting, a devoted church-goer and teetotaller, and a model family man, Jack Hobbs was the prototype of the loyal artisan dedicated to Crown and country.’
    • ‘I stretched my arms out, took Beta by the shoulder and pulled her unprotesting body close to my breast and her face up to mine.’
    • ‘This is done by bringing up American children in such a way that they will take their place in society as diligent workers and unprotesting consumers.’
    • ‘The president isn't afraid to take unpopular stances in which he believes: A majority of Americans opposed the war that nevertheless was coaxed down our largely unprotesting throats.’
    • ‘But both Eva and St Clair die, and Tom is sold again, this time to a brutal cotton plantation owner, Simon Legree, who finally beats the unprotesting Tom to death just before Shelby's son arrives to redeem him.’
    • ‘Clark kneels down again and scoops the small unprotesting creature up in his arms.’
    compliant, complying, consenting, cooperative, willing, obliging, agreeable, amenable, tractable, persuadable, easily persuaded, pliant, flexible, easy, resigned
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Pronunciation

unprotesting

/ˌənprəˈtɛstɪŋ//ˌənprəˈtestiNG/