unsolicitous


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Mr Elliot had attempted no apology, and shewn himself as unsolicitous of being longer noticed by the family, as Sir Walter considered him unworthy of it: all acquaintance between them had ceased.
Frank, unsolicitous folks don't go as far (in business, at least) as those who know how to grease the social wheels with a little hit of white lying.
The bufflehead duck would talk to me, but now he circles, unsolicitous, masked, upon the pond.
Though he possessed an earnest commitment to truth, Newman evidently did not possess truth itself, and indeed was often viewed as having joined "a church which by common agreement was shifty, cunning, and unsolicitous for truth" (Blehl 410).