nonthreatening

nonthreatening

(ˌnɒnˈθrɛtənɪŋ)
adj
not presenting any danger or discomfort
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Portland was, in its way, nonthreatening, accommodating, a place to achieve your achievable dreams: I'll open a bike shop; I'll open a coffee shop.
"I just wanted to offer people a way to meet others in a safe and nonthreatening environment."
The final two page spread shows a panoply of 8 food feelings portraits, with the question, "How are YOU peeling?" It is a funny, nonthreatening way to invite children to explore what they are feeling, and to become comfortable with expressing it.
He's smiley, too, totally nonthreatening to parents and children alike
This edition includes positive techniques to conduct less intrusive, nonthreatening interviews and interrogations.
Using Scripture and story, Steve Carter (a teaching pastor for Willow Creek Community Church, an American non-denominational and multi-generational Evangelical Christian mega church located in the Chicago suburb of South Barrington, Illinois) casts a vision for nonthreatening conversations that point people to Christ in the pages of "This Invitational Life: Risking Yourself to Align with God's Heartbeat for Humanity".
Forty Carrots facilitators create a supportive and learning environment, where the child leads the play, allowing young parents to bond with their children and with other young parents, asking questions in a nonthreatening atmosphere and learning firsthand about parenting skills and early childhood development.
Are you having a A good evening?" " Something this simple and nonthreatening is far more likely to get the responsenothing to extremely you want rather than a cheesy chat-up line.
Lu and Bowen Ruan of the University of Wisconsin, conducted a battery of eight tests in support of their thesis and found that even nonthreatening objects and beings evoked negative feelings in participants as they came closer.
Villa had more possession, but lacked the inspiration to get past Palace who were content to let the visitors play nonthreatening football in front of them for long periods.
The workshop curriculum will include theater games/exercises, improvisations, learning scenes and monologues in a nonthreatening, enjoyable learning environment.
Bill sponsors say police and deputies have shot 37 nonthreatening dogs in Colorado in the past five years.