unbelligerent

adjective
un·​bel·​lig·​er·​ent | \ ˌən-bə-ˈlij-rənt How to pronounce unbelligerent (audio) , -ˈli-jə-\

Definition of unbelligerent

: not inclined to or exhibiting assertiveness, hostility, or combativeness : not belligerent I was utterly unbelligerent, and hated the idea of fighting, in however good a cause.— L. P. Hartley an unbelligerent nation

First Known Use of unbelligerent

1834, in the meaning defined above

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