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unpainful

(ʌnˈpeɪnfəl)
adj
not causing or characterized by pain; painless
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Adj.1.unpainful - not accompanied by pain sensationsunpainful - not accompanied by pain sensations; "pain-free surgery"
painless - not causing physical or psychological pain; "painless dentistry"
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