uncombative

uncombative

(ʌnˈkɒmbətɪv)
adj
not combative or confrontational
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But this was not a defence, nor a midfield, that looked uncombative and uncomfortable with each other such a short period ago.
Hartman's ability to be in dialogue with himself and others, yet take the tempo of his self-inquiry from the pulse of his own lively (and not uncombative) reflectiveness, is one of the distinctions of prose that never ceases to surprise--mingling sobriety and impishness.
In a world where everyone strives to make it to the top, elbowing rivals out of the way, Judy's uncombative view of success is refreshing.