- adj. Not direct.
- non- + direct (Wiktionary)
“Investigators say that Luna did not head home, but he took a nondirect route to Pennsylvania.”
“Five minutes after she pressed down the first button, the chips would be launched into the automatic mazes of the nondirect system, where nothing could intercept or identify them until they reached their individual destinations.”
“Then there was the matter of having threatened to use the nondirect mailing system to expose them.”
“Q What do you make of the former Senator's nondirect mention of the platform action last night in San Diego?”
“What was troubling was a cop as smart as the Irishman taking a nondirect attack so personally, then hitting his”
“American Airlines has nondirect fares between Phoenix and London for as little as $354 round-trip, and between Phoenix and Madrid for $569.”
“We will then provide the vaccine for nondirect care staff, realizing that we protect our patients when the flu virus throughout the organization is minimized.”
“In a rented deposit vault of the nondirect mailing system in Orado City there was a stack of addressed and arrival-dated microchips, all with an identical content; and on Telzey’s personal communicator two tiny control buttons were keyed to the vault.”
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