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  • nonassertive — [spelling only] …   English World dictionary

  • nonassertive — adjective not aggressively self assured, though not necessarily lacking in confidence (Freq. 1) she was quiet and nonassertive as she took control • Similar to: ↑unassertive * * * adj.; nonassertively, adv.; nonassertiveness, n …   Useful english dictionary

  • nonassertive — adj.; nonassertively, adv.; nonassertiveness, n. * * * …   Universalium

  • nonassertive — nÉ‘nÉ™ sÉœrtɪv / nÉ’nÉ™ sɜːt adj. not assertive, lacking confidence …   English contemporary dictionary

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  • nonassertively — adverb In a nonassertive way …   Wiktionary

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