uncontentious

uncontentious

(ˌʌnkənˈtɛnʃəs)
adj
agreeable
References in classic literature ?
Yet who can help feeling that his style is regular because the matter he deals with is the somewhat uncontentious, even, limited soul, of an age not imaginative, and unambitious in its speculative flight?
It is now uncontentious that a precondition of a republic in Australia is that the head of state, or president, be directly elected.
Springfield city government has an image: It's efficient, uncontentious and focused on meat-and-potatoes public services.
The exercise of these remedies is often channeled into a "settlement" between the creditors' committee and other Chapter 11 stakeholders, including the secured lender, who favors a quick and uncontentious Chapter 11 process.
In the end there was just a candidate whose experience, vision and versatility across a range of areas proved compelling and it was remarkably uncontentious, uncontroversial.
Another uncontentious improvement in Windows 10 is multiple desktops, which for those who use them are a significant advantage.
Whilst the last is now largely uncontentious, the former are important dividing lines within Labour (and the wider left).
Although not a straightforward or uncontentious process--for example, can people with lived experiences of incarceration claim epistemic privilege over the topic of prisons and punishment?
Similarly, as Leander argues later, the ostensibly prosaic and uncontentious regulatory whitelists in commercial security disguise legal and regulatory work that rests heavily on affect and potential, whilst crowding out criticism.
He will buy only if you are giving it to him 100 per cent in an uncontentious manner," says Harsh Pais, Partner, Trilegal, a Delhi-based law firm.