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Nonvariable

nɒnˈvɛːrɪəb(ə)l

Meanings of Nonvariable:

adjective

Consistent or having a fixed pattern; not liable to change.

Usage examples:

A non-variable rate mortgage is the most stable option with little risk

Meanings of Nonvascular:

adjective

Not relating to or consisting of blood vessels (= tubes that carry blood in a person's or animal's body)

Usage examples:

Mortality is 50% higher when the cause is vascular than when it is nonvascular., cartilage is a non…

Nonvenomous

ˌnɒnˈven.ə.məs

Meanings of Nonvenomous:

adjective

A non-venomous snake, insect, etc. does not produce venom (= a poisonous liquid that can be put into another animal's body by biting or stinging)

Usage examples:

Most of the snakes native to the region are non-venomous, but care still needs to be taken., she re…

Meanings of Nonverbal:

adjective

Not involving or using words or speech.

Usage examples:

Forms of non-verbal communication

Meanings of Nonverbalized:

adjective

Not verbalized; not expressed in words.

Nonveteran

ˌnɒnˈvet.ər.ən

Meanings of Nonveteran:

noun

Someone who has not been in the armed forces

Usage examples:

The study compared suicide rates between veterans and non-veterans., as a non-veteran, the candidat…

Meanings of Nonviable:

adjective

Not feasible or practical.

Usage examples:

Non-viable investments

Meanings of Nonvintage:

adjective

Denoting a wine that is not made from the crop of a single identified district in a good year.

Usage examples:

Non-vintage blends are not necessarily inferior

Nonviolence

ˌnɒnˈvaɪə.ləns

Meanings of Nonviolence:

noun

The use of peaceful means, not force, to bring about political or social change.

Usage examples:

Gandhi's commitment to the principle of non-violence

Nonviolent

ˌnɒnˈvaɪə.lənt

Meanings of Nonviolent:

adjective

Using peaceful means rather than force, especially to bring about political or social change.

Usage examples:

He regarded hunger strikes as a powerful form of non-violent protest

Nonviral

ˌnɒnˈvʌɪr(ə)l

Meanings of Nonviral:

adjective

Not caused by or of the nature of a virus.

Usage examples:

A large number of cases of non-viral hepatitis have been reported

Nonviscous

ˌnɒnˈvɪs.kəs

Meanings of Nonviscous:

adjective

A non-viscous liquid is not thick and flows easily

Usage examples:

Water is a good example of a non-viscous liquid., for optimal efficiency, this machine requires a w…

Nonvisual

ˌnɒnˈvɪʒ.u.əl

Meanings of Nonvisual:

adjective

Not relating to seeing

Usage examples:

An audio tour is available for blind and partially sighted people which describes the exhibits usin…

Nonvocal

ˌnɒnˈvəʊ.kəl

Meanings of Nonvocal:

adjective

Not relating to or produced by the voice, either in singing or speaking

Usage examples:

The non-vocal tracks on her new album have been less well received., it is interesting to observe t…

Nonvocational

ˌnɒn.vəʊˈkeɪ.ʃən.əl

Meanings of Nonvocational:

adjective

(of a course, a qualification, etc.) not intended to provide the skills and education needed for a particular job

Usage examples:

Non-vocational courses are better for people who are not committed to a particular career., fewer s…

Nonvolatile

nɒnˈvɒlətʌɪl

Meanings of Nonvolatile:

adjective

Not volatile.

Nonvolcanic

ˌnɒn.vɒlˈkæn.ɪk

Meanings of Nonvolcanic:

adjective

Not relating to or made by a volcano (= a mountain with a hole at the top through which hot liquid rock is or has been forced out)

Usage examples:

Non-volcanic tremors off the east coast were detected recently but are thought to pose no threat., …

Meanings of Nonvoluntary:

adjective

Forced or paid to do, make, or give something

Usage examples:

She argued that the regulations should be made non-voluntary to ensure that people really change th…

Nonvoter

ˌnɒnˈvəʊ.tər

Meanings of Nonvoter:

noun

A person who does not vote or who does not have a legal right to vote, especially in an election

Usage examples:

When questioned, non-voters gave a number of different reasons for not casting a vote., low turnout…

Nonvoting

ˌnɒnˈvəʊ.tɪŋ

Meanings of Nonvoting:

adjective

Not having or using a vote.

Usage examples:

A non-voting delegate

Nonwar

ˌnɒnˈwɔːr

Meanings of Nonwar:

noun

The lack of war, or a war that does not actually take place

Usage examples:

There has been a lot of posturing but this period of non-war seems certain to continue., the series…

Meanings of Nonwhite:

adjective

Denoting or relating to a person whose origin is not predominantly european.

Usage examples:

Minority teachers serve as positive role models for non-white students
noun

A person whose origin is not predominantly european.

Usage examples:

Omar henry will be the first non-white to play test cricket for south africa

Meanings of Nonwhites:

noun

A person whose origin is not predominantly european.

Usage examples:

Omar henry will be the first non-white to play test cricket for south africa
adjective

Denoting or relating to a person whose origin is not predominantly european.

Usage examples:

Minority teachers serve as positive role models for non-white students

Nonwoody

ˌnɒnˈwʊd.i

Meanings of Nonwoody:

adjective

Non-woody plants do not have hard stems

Usage examples:

The potato is the tuber of a non-woody plant native to south america., herbaceous plants are always…

Nonworker

ˌnɒnˈwɜː.kər

Meanings of Nonworker:

noun

Someone who does not work or does not have a paid job

Usage examples:

Non-workers are only allowed admission to the factory if accompanied by a member of staff., there a…

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