unforced

[ UK /ʌnfˈɔːst/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not brought about by coercion or force
    the confession was uncoerced
  2. not resulting from undue effort; not forced
    his playing is facile and unstrained
    a voice with a pleasingly unforced quality
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How To Use unforced In A Sentence

  • Now the unforced viscous, incompressible NS equations are not the equations that describe the climate, but the body of work does indicate that there is a vast mathematical difference between the inviscid and viscous cases, and the impact of using an incorrect kind or size of viscosity in an attempt to compute the continuum solution with the correct kind and size of kinematic viscosity. Exponential Growth in Physical Systems #2 « Climate Audit
  • Slow fades and dissolve shots are also used to complement the film's unhurried, unforced pace.
  • They often tried to force the play early and, with unforced errors also creeping in at inopportune times, they rarely completed sets of six.
  • Instead, he pares down, offering a summational album, his most relaxed and unforced in years.
  • The result has an unforced charm and lack of blatant emotional manipulation that feels refreshing. Times, Sunday Times
  • The nice thing about Lane's performance is that there's a natural, unforced quality to it.
  • The legal body is the only aristocratic element which can unforcedly mingle with elements natural to democracy and combine with them on comfortable and lasting terms.
  • Its collection of entwined stories is brilliantly constructed, moving between satirical comedy and unforced pathos. Times, Sunday Times
  • Its collection of entwined stories is brilliantly constructed, moving between satirical comedy and unforced pathos. Times, Sunday Times
  • The cool narrative economy and unforced style recall early Fassbinder.
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