What is another word for unconsenting?

44 synonyms found


[ ʌnkənsˈɛntɪŋ], [ ʌnkənsˈɛntɪŋ], [ ʌ_n_k_ə_n_s_ˈɛ_n_t_ɪ_ŋ]

Unconsenting is commonly used to describe someone who has not given their approval or consent to something. Synonyms for this word include reluctant, unwilling, resistant, and opposed. Other terms that might be used to describe someone who is unconsenting could include hesitant, hesitant, and disinclined. These words all suggest a reluctance or unwillingness to participate in something. Someone who is unconsenting may also be described as unyielding, inflexible, or stubborn. These terms emphasize the person's determination or firmness in their decision not to give their consent. Ultimately, the selection of a synonym will depend on the specific context and tone of the writing.

Related words: unconsenting, consentng, disagreeing, disagreeing with, disagreement, consentless, unconsenting with, not consenting

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    What are the hypernyms for Unconsenting?

    A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

    Usage examples for Unconsenting

    The officer was loud and impassioned, the lady firm but unconsenting.
    "Strange Pages from Family Papers"
    T. F. Thiselton Dyer
    The Whigs protested warmly against this infamous disposition of the affairs of unconsenting peoples.
    "A Short History of English Liberalism"
    Walter Lyon Blease
    To Pylos soon they came; when thus begun To Nestor's heir Ulysses' godlike son: Let not Pisistratus in vain be press'd, Nor unconsenting hear his friend's request; His friend by long hereditary claim, In toils his equal, and in years the same.
    "The Odyssey of Homer"
    Homer, translated by Alexander Pope

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