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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunquestioningun‧ques‧tion‧ing /ʌnˈkwestʃənɪŋ/ adjective  CERTAINLY/DEFINITELYan unquestioning faith, attitude etc is very certain and without doubts an unquestioning belief in Godunquestioningly adverb
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unquestioningDown deep, Clive was unimaginative, inactive, petty, unquestioning.He just went with it, unresisting and unquestioning.Perhaps, accustomed to Francis, she'd become unquestioning about others' ways of life.A religious insight like Julian's shows that a passive, unquestioning acceptance of received dogma is not enough.An unquestioning acceptance of the traditional academic curriculum, and vague aspirations about Mary Smith, would no longer do.She supposed that marriage must be like that: an unquestioning acceptance of the weird ways of another.This can lead to unquestioning acceptance of what is really a hypothetical diagnosis.their unquestioning obedienceHis life had been spent in unquestioning subservience, first to his parents and then to his elder brother.
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