uncensorious

uncensorious

(ˌʌnsɛnˈsɔːrɪəs)
adj
literary not censorious or critical; not characterized by censure
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In face, watchful behind a blind; habitually not uncensorious and contemptuous perhaps.
In this analysis the book is at its strongest, demonstrating that the a-satirical, uncensorious intentions expressed in some of the epilogues and prologues are contradicted by Marston's ethical preoccupations.
To have an unoccupied, observant and uncensorious mind -- in other words to be unselfish.
He is exploring, in a complex, subtle and mostly uncensorious way how the modern inhabitants of a quiet Austrian town deal with the unspeakable literally in their backyards--the Nazi concentration camp Mauthausen, site of the violent deaths of well over 100,000 people, many worked to death or gassed.
all the vices of the village gossip are the virtues of the writer." But she observed and wrote with the uncensorious eyes of a worldly woman who is not affronted by the tangled messes human beings get themselves into.
I should also say that the students show what I can only call gratitude for the opportunity to discuss this topic in the formal, but uncensorious setting of a philosophy class.
The author has plenty of biographical material to draw on but finds his key interest in the MS fragment preserved among Edith Wharton's papers which contains an explicit (but, as it stands, noticeably untroubled and uncensorious) description of a sexual encounter between a father and his grown-up daughter.