unoffended

unoffended

(ˌʌnəˈfɛndɪd)
adj
not offended or insulted
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His heirs reason, then, that if a conflict were to arise between exercising free speech and possibly causing injur)' to somebody's feelings by exercising free speech, the preservation of unoffended feeling takes precedence.
To him, it's like Disney World, "but better, because Mom is not there!" And Mom, totally unoffended happily shares that it is also her favorite week--a week to rest, reflect and reconnect with friends and family.
Bray finds a disturbing irony in the observation that many people seem unperturbed or unoffended that they no longer have the freedom to move around unobserved or undetected.
Speech may disseminate or remain disseminated, the plaintiff may simply be compensated through monetary relief, and the First Amendment may proceed unoffended by this resolution.
In a perfect world animals would gambol and cavort until old age and then we would ceremoniously and euthanistically slaughter them and revere their souls as we partook of their sustenance, and sustainable farming would protect the environment while we went on about our daily lives, blissful and unoffended by waste, treatment, odor, etc.
The reaction wasn't as bad as I thought though and he quite pleasantly told me, quite unoffended. It is...
The fans appeared unoffended and continued to talk to him, requesting a happy birthday message for a friend which he gave into the camera with a thumbs up.
They were not composed under pressure from editors who straight-jacketed him into employing innocuous themes and linear plots to keep magazine readers unoffended and advertisers happy.
Religious folk are rarely unoffended, illustrating extraordinary levels of intolerance in their quest for tolerance.
This is he who that loving me, unoffended, conserves my virginal flower.
"I'm a large man and I like to think I can control the naughty engines," he laughs, utterly unoffended by his role as The Fat Controller.