unresistingly


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unresistingly

(ˌʌnrɪˈzɪstɪŋlɪ)
adv
in an unresisting or unopposing manner
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I took it unresistingly, and he helped me into the hammock.
Every gleam of coloring, every breath of perfume, seemed to carry him unresistingly back to the days of his boyhood.
In this manner, my dear Guiche," continued Raoul, "I addressed the Duke of Buckingham; and he admitted I was right, and resigned himself unresistingly to my arguments.
The subtile, intuitive communication, or, rather, the vague and formless impression of something to be told, had made her yield unresistingly to his impulse.
To her relief, he unresistingly acquiesced; her words had apparently thrown him back into his dream, which thenceforward seemed to enter on a new phase, wherein he fancied she had risen as a spirit, and was leading him to Heaven.
Her hand lay unresistingly in mine; her charming figure came by soft gradations nearer and nearer to me; her head almost touched my shoulder.
His easy disposition made him fall in unresistingly with the family courses, but the need of some tender permanent affection, the longing for some influence that would make the good he preferred easy to pursue, caused the neatness, purity, and liberal orderliness of the Lammeter household, sunned by the smile of Nancy, to seem like those fresh bright hours of the morning when temptations go to sleep and leave the ear open to the voice of the good angel, inviting to industry, sobriety, and peace.
Meanwhile, come along with us; and the best advice we can give you is to do so unresistingly.