- adj. Not responsive.
- non- + responsive. (Wiktionary)
“The village sent several correspondences asking if she continued to run a business, but she was "nonresponsive," Connors said.”
“Economists call petroleum inelastic i.e., demand is nonresponsive to price changes.”
“Facebook "has not been cooperative" in restoring the page, and in several alleged communications appeared nonresponsive or evasive in dealing with Merck KGaA, the filing added.”
“This is simply nonresponsive to the point I am making.”
“Jha thinks the government is "in complete disarray: It's nonresponsive, it doesn't deliver on time, and when it does, it's at a much higher cost" than is justified.”
“Facebook "has not been cooperative" in restoring the page, and in several communications appeared nonresponsive or evasive in dealing with Merck KGaA, the filing added.”
“My best hope is she's nonresponsive, sitting in an ER somewhere," he said.”
“According to one commentator, "MEJA is poorly suited to serve as an effective tool to shape contractor employee behavior and deter criminal acts ... because its design makes it nonresponsive to the deterrence needs of military commanders ....”
“How can you tell me a person like that is nonresponsive? '”
“We were too busy shining penlights into the nonresponsive eyes of unconscious kids who decided their time was up.”
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