Definitions

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  • adj. nonconsensual

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. See noncontent.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. An abbreviation of non-conformist.
  • n. An abbreviation of non-content.

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Examples

  • For the Slave challenge on sga_flashfic It was supposed to be all intense and dirty and semi-noncon, but instead it came out kind of loopy and bantery and semi-noncon.

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  • Box 3817, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie NY 12604.www. noncon.net.

    Asimov's Science Fiction

  • It is part of the anti-intellectualist current which has risen so strongly in our century that empha - sizes the greater importance of sublogical, noncon - ceptual “thinking” over intellectualization.

    EMPATHY

  • The reform of political and legal administrative procedures, as well as Victorian intellectual noncon - formity, stemmed primarily from utilitarianism, the basic impulse of which was rational conviction rather than emotional commitment.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • A liberal - ism which, before and after the First World War, may have been too directly rationalistic, soon came to ap - pear “dated,” and even Protestants — even noncon - formists — became somewhat more interested in their tradition.

    CHRISTIANITY IN HISTORY

  • Income from continuing operations before income taxes and noncon - trolling interest 14,088 2,245 16,333 33,980 6,285 40,265

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  • In 1 629, the cele - brated Mr. White, usually called the patriarch of Dorches - ter, invited him to that town, by whose interest he ob - tained the rectory of All Saints; and, excepting two years that he attended Mr. White at Lambeth, continued he te until Bartholomew-day, when he was ejected for noncon - formity.

    The general biographical dictionary. Revised by A. Chalmers

  • [he] hath taught school & would so have continued had not the prosecution of him in the Bp's Courts, because of his noncon - formity, * driven him away.

    Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society

  • At each may have historical origins in a Christian, noncon - level, culture has an omnipresent impact on drug formist set of traditions emphasizing a belief that all development, prior to and after regulatory people are intrinsically evil).

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  • XI Ifi} ndic4o ocillitatis Matrimonii ob impe - tentiam alterutrios Conjugis, tum in illo dif - penfationis fuper Matrimonio rato, & noncon - fummato, diueri folet de viribus relationis Ob -

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