[ US /ənˈkwɛstʃənɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /ʌnkwˈɛst‍ʃənɪŋ/ ]
  1. being without doubt or reserve
    implicit trust
  2. not inclined to ask questions
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How To Use unquestioning In A Sentence

  • He decides in favour of gold and silver, and shows himself an unquestioning bimetallist. An Essay on Mediaeval Economic Teaching
  • It also brought into focus in Arab eyes the apparently unquestioning support given to the latter by the West. A Rock and a Hard Place
  • Yeah, this kind of unquestioning arrogance is why I'm an atheist. Report: Obama Meets Unconditionally With George Will, Bill Kristol, David Brooks
  • I seem to recall that 30 years ago, when christening was a rite carried out almost unquestioningly, godparents were often appointed as a matter of course or protocol, and the role meant little more than remembering birthdays.
  • In contrast to the naive and unquestioning faith of yesteryear, everyone now realizes at least the possibility of collapse of the FDIC.
  • A hemstitched bureau scarf that she had tucked in her trunk, in unquestioning faith in the bureau that was to be part of the ranch equipment, took the "raw edge," as it were, off the desk. Judith of the Plains
  • Throughout the history of naïve, misleading realism, there has been a countercurrent of pseudorealism, which has satirized the shortcomings of this mode we have been conditioned to unquestioningly accept.
  • Come on now Engadget, must you be a completely unquestioning republisher of press releases? Journerdism | Will Sullivan's Stompin' ground for journalists and nerds.
  • They both showed an unquestioning deference to the police. Times, Sunday Times
  • We all fall victim to the unquestioning use of terms that are created by someone, somewhere, to create an impression of something that means something else.
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