unresisted

unresisted

(ˌʌnrɪˈzɪstɪd)
adj
1. not resisted or opposed; not encountering resistance
2. continuous; not interrupted
References in classic literature ?
Nothing could be more gracefully majestic than his step and manner, had they not been marked by a predominant air of haughtiness, easily acquired by the exercise of unresisted authority.
Elinor could no longer witness this torrent of unresisted grief in silence.
Harbors, once filled with shipping, were destroyed by the unresisted accumulation of sand.
Various studies investigating reliability of double leg jumps including unresisted and resisted countermovement jumps (Nuzzo et al., 2011,Young et al., 1997), squat jumps (Ortega et al., 2008) and broad jumps (Ortega et al., 2008, Wiklander and Lysholm, 1987) have reported test-retest coefficients of variations (CV) between 1.8%-6.0% and intraclass correlation coefficient (ICC) values between 0.88-0.93, with all studies suggesting that double leg jump tests show 'good' or 'excellent' test-retest reliability.
Literature is the realm of his unresisted, strange, and vast play" (quoted in Ghosh and Miller 2016, 32).
With Moyes, Paul Bracewell and Robbie Stockdale looking on, the likes of head of performance Adrian Lamb and sports scientist Scott Pearce led the players through a series of short shuttles and dynamic stretches before they were split between three groups completing a circuit of jumping, heading and shooting and resisted and unresisted sprints.
Nor is that process always unresisted. Foucault (1977) identifies the significance of bodily discipline and drill for creating uniformity of purpose, identity and subjection to command power.
They were also pulling blitzkrieg armed robberies of late-strolling couples and drunks toddling home from the bars, routinely delivering unresisted savage beat-downs, and some gratuitous shots had been fired.
thy hairs should feel, The conqu'ring force of unresisted steel?" (III.
Original screenwriter Simon Beaufoy ("Slumdog Millionaire") has fashioned a script that, for the most part, chooses not to pile on additional layers of sentimentality, a temptation unresisted by the more cloying American musical version whose London run shuttered a little more than six months after opening.
This Tibio-talar movement involves the rotation of the talus within the ankle mortise (4) with unresisted mobility being obtained by the sliding of the articular surfaces upon each other (5).
The difficulty of distinguishing between an impulse that could not be resisted and an impulse that was merely unresisted beset the law on insanity until the notion of an 'irresistible impulse' was brought within the doctrine of diminished responsibility via the Homicide Act 1957, 5 & 6 Eliz 2, c 11, s 2.