unresistant


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unresistant

(ˌʌnrɪˈzɪstənt)
adj
1. not resistant or putting up a fight
2. (Medicine) med lacking immunity to a disease, bacteria, or virus
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unresistant - (often followed by `to') likely to be affected withunresistant - (often followed by `to') likely to be affected with; "liable to diabetes"
susceptible - (often followed by `of' or `to') yielding readily to or capable of; "susceptible to colds"; "susceptible of proof"
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Because it can easily evaporate after being applied, the chemical sometimes settles on neighboring fields planted with unresistant seeds.
However, my ethnographic fieldwork with the new middle classes in Ho Chi Minh City over the past decade leads me to suggest that many educated women remain unaware of or unresistant to government control of the print media and television broadcasts.
3 million people live in seismic unresistant houses accounting for 66% of the population.
the waft of approval, that unresistant seduction, a baby settled in the
While the poetic function finds its purest manifestation in poetry, yet without being confined to it, poetry is for Jakobson primarily (but not exclusively) a "figure of sound" (1960: 367): it contains musical elements which are unresistant to seeking a further expansion outside music.
In general lines, the rocks of both formations, however, are rather unresistant to erosion.
Without perceptible movement, her legs were now definitely farther apart, and their musculature was unresistant and frothy, as if they were no longer bearing her weight.