unwarlike

unwarlike

(ʌnˈwɔːlaɪk)
adj
1. (Military) not relating to war
2. (Military) not fit or ready for war
3. not hostile or belligerent
Translations

unwarlike

[ˈʌnˈwɔːlaɪk] ADJpacífico, poco belicoso

unwarlike

References in classic literature ?
I am no antiquarian, but I could imagine that they were some unwarlike and harried race who were forced to accept that which none other would occupy.
They marched near a thousand miles to the south of the tropic; but the heat of the climate soon repelled the invaders and protected the unwarlike natives of those sequestered regions.
And one woman has a turn for gymnastic and military exercises, and another is unwarlike and hates gymnastics?
Sir, think you that the sons of the Achaeans are indeed as unwarlike and cowardly as you say they are?
In Du contrat social ou Principes du droit politique(1762), Rousseau, on the other hand, says that "humans were unwarlike and somewhat undeveloped in their reasoning powers and sense of morality and responsibility.
They are a people guileless and unwarlike. Men and women go as naked as when their mothers bore them ...
They were unwarlike and had neither regimental organisations nor armies.
(37) Mollis first appears in Epode 1, when the speaker fears that he cannot manage to support Maecenas as strong men {non mollis viros) should, because of his characteristic weakness: both he and his Epodes will be unwarlike and too soft, imbellis et jirmus parum (Epod.
Sir O'Moore Creagh argued that since the "unwarlike classes," which came from the "Kayasth, Brahmin, and Bania castes," comprised the bulk of the Indian National Congress, handing over power to these "tyrannical" classes, which had for centuries oppressed the masses, would cause intense popular resentment (16, 233).
Yet one can argue that the privateer, however "unwarlike," was generally on the offensive--a characterization at odds with the contemporary PMSC industry.
Bourion chooses military metaphors as analogs for Debussy's musical strategies, a choice that at first glance appears quixotic for this most unwarlike of composers; in the hands of a less fluent writer this approach would not have been convincing.