non-negotiable love

Definitions

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  • adj. Not negotiable; not subject to negotiation.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. cannot be bought or sold

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Examples

  • Meanwhile, President Barack Obama was among the many leaders stepping up the pressure, issuing what he called a "non-negotiable ultimatum" to Gadhafi to immediately cease further military action against his own citizens and restore basic utility services to areas recently held by rebels.

    MarketWatch.com - Top Stories

  • It was that office's zeal, Ouimet said, that led to her being offered - and then accepting - what she described as a "non-negotiable" agreement to retire about halfway through her seven-year appointment.

    Thestar.com - Home Page

  • And Iran absolutely has rejected that as non-negotiable repeatedly.

    Matthew Yglesias » Obama Still Ending the War

  • She said she still thinks a public option is the best way to achieve those goals, but when asked if inclusion of a public option was a non-negotiable demand - as her previous statements had indicated - Pelosi ruled out any non-negotiable positions.

    Democratic leaders in Congress soften on public option

  • The indoor soundstage was set at a non-negotiable 45 degrees Fahrenheit—the temperature, according to head animal trainer Larry Madrid, at which the Gentoo penguins felt comfortable performing.

    Coddling Waddling Models

  • Budget be damned, as far as the well-being of our children is concerned, support for education expenditures is a non-negotiable.

    Elizabeth Hampton: Would You Pay Higher Taxes For Better Schools?

  • The activist says, pro-Israel activists can disagree on settlements or on the peace process, but "when it comes to aid for Israel and the U.N., these things are non-negotiable."

    J Street's really bad day

  • The most important acts – like the Climate Change Act, the Clean Air Act, the National Parks Act and the Wildlife and Countryside Act – could have been omitted as non-negotiable.

    Letters: Red tape and the green agenda

  • The vote for dictatorship or else you'll be sorry our two for one terms are non-negotiable.

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  • The things you are imagining were adopted by default, because the campaign had no choice, were in fact deliberate strategic choices made right from the beginning, and were conditions that Obama laid out as non-negotiable if he was going to run.

    Matthew Yglesias » The Big Lie

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