unobnoxious

unobnoxious

(ʌnəbˈnɒkʃəs)
adj
1. not unpleasant or offensive
2. obsolete not exposed (to harm, injury, etc)
References in classic literature ?
Far otherwise th' inviolable Saints In Cubic Phalanx firm advanc't entire, Invulnerable, impenitrably arm'd: Such high advantages thir innocence Gave them above thir foes, not to have sinnd, Not to have disobei'd; in fight they stood Unwearied, unobnoxious to be pain'd By wound, though from thir place by violence mov'd.
There is plenty of church reverb, with a big organ sound backing up the group and plenty of thankfully unobnoxious deep bass for subwoofer freaks.
The script seems to permit complexity: She subordinates her work to promoting and caring for Pollock, but he is not ungenerous (also, by our standards, not unobnoxious), declaring on his first visit to her studio that she is a damn good woman painter." The two are represented as partners when things are good; when things are bad, he disregards her emotionally and sexually.