[ UK /ʌnkəmplˈeɪnɪŋ/ ]
How To Use uncomplaining In A Sentence
- McWilliam was born in Edinburgh, a city that was the wellspring of all her best qualities (her uncomplaining Protestantism, her whelk-eating thriftiness) and her worst (no one is harder on Candia than Candia). What to Look for in Winter: A Memoir of Blindness by Candia McWilliam
- uncomplaining courage
- They make it back to the hive if they can, and die if they can't, uncomplaining and dutiful. THE PRESIDENT'S CHILD
- It's probably got something to do with the fact that, as a nation, we are absurdly acquiescent and uncomplaining consumers.
- Even my sister, who generally went along with every one of dad’s Saturday afternoon schemes in a kind of uncomplaining trance, seemed mildly put out by the presence of the bag. Court Out « A Fly in Amber
- Yet, uncomplaining, Brandon dug until the trowel dropped from his exhausted hand. Chicken Soup for the Soul: Grandmothers
- When Bland was swindled by a partner in a brush factory which he had bought, his long-suffering, uncomplaining, heroine of a wife had to support the family by her writing.
- Which is why the neighbours and I have put up, uncomplainingly, with the erection at the end of the road of a gigantic and hideous silver pole with a CCTV camera on top of it.
- Yet family-man Staunton remains pragmatic, philosophical and uncomplaining about the now all-the-year-round demands of top football.
- And of course the sky's the limit if you prioritise, go for it, ignore those who beaver away, put in the hours, take few holidays, limp home injured but uncomplaining.