unsubmissive


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unsubmissive

(ˌʌnsəbˈmɪsɪv)
adj
not submissive
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Adj.1.unsubmissive - not servile or submissiveunsubmissive - not servile or submissive    
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unsubmissive

[ˈʌnsəbˈmɪsɪv] ADJinsumiso
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Often she started up at night, thinking Beth called her, and when the sight of the little empty bed made her cry with the bitter cry of unsubmissive sorrow, "Oh, Beth, come back!
That is a legacy which the Movement of Conscious and Unsubmissive Citizens which has been demonstrating to demand Vaz leaves the presidential palace doubts.
The Aulds, finally suspicious that the 18-year-old Frederick was growing beyond their control, sent him to work on the farm of Edward Covey, a slave-breaker who, physically and psychologically, could reduce unsubmissive slaves to pliable zombies.
He invited to Labour's conference Jean-Luc Melenchon, the 67-year-old leader of a demagogic French social movement-type party whose latest name is La France Insoumise (literally, "Unsubmissive France").
Countering Murtaugh, Migiel claims that Erminia remains unassimilated, unnamed, unsubmissive and ambiguous, and therefore removed from the Christian epic unity of the end (72).
Early Latinx Camp Aesthetics and Unsubmissive Silences
In 2017, he ran for a seat in the French parliament on the far-left ticket of presidential candidate Jean-Luc Melenchon's "An Unsubmissive France" (la France Insoumise) party, a turn foreshadowed in the following interview conducted several months before his entry in the campaign.
Exegi monumentum [phrase omitted] Exegi, monumentum I have raised to myself a monument not made by hands, The people's path to it will not become overgrown, It raises its unsubmissive head higher than The Alexandrian pillar.
His party, Unsubmissive France (la France Insoumise), entered the French lower house with seventeen seats, and has since hit the ground running as a vocal member of the political opposition, leading protests against labour reform.
The other seven candidates are Nicolas Dupont-Aignan - of the Debout la France (DLF) party, Nathalie Arthaud - Workers' Struggle or Lutte Ouvriere (LO), Philippe Poutou - the New Anticapitalist Party (NPA), Jacques Cheminade - Solidarity and Progress (S and P), Jean Lassalle - Resistons, Jean-Luc Melenchon - the Unsubmissive France (FI), and Francois Asselineau - the Popular Republican Union (UPR).
All of these elements are key platforms of Le Pen's National Front and Melenchon's Unsubmissive France parties.
The African slave, who also had numerous descendants, is both the unsubmissive and the submissive who seeks His rights, the one to whom God revealed Himself, the liberating mother who helps us to believe "in Him who lives and sees me." Created in the image and likeness of God, we recognize that the liberating action of God leads people to search for life within a community and with dignity.