Definitions

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  • adjective Not allergic.
  • adjective That does not cause an allergic response; nonallergenic.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ allergic

Examples

  • But when seasonal allergy symptoms crop up for the first time in adulthood, they are more likely due to an irritation of the nasal membranes known as vasomotor or nonallergic rhinitis than to an IgE response, experts say.

    Adult Mystery: Sudden 'Allergy'

  • Eczema is also used to describe nonallergic skin disorders that are characterized by oozing, scaling, and itchiness, which we call contact dermatitis.

    You Raising Your Child

  • Eczema is also used to describe nonallergic skin disorders that are characterized by oozing, scaling, and itchiness, which we call contact dermatitis.

    You Raising Your Child

  • Eczema is also used to describe nonallergic skin disorders that are characterized by oozing, scaling, and itchiness, which we call contact dermatitis.

    You Raising Your Child

  • Eczema is also used to describe nonallergic skin disorders that are characterized by oozing, scaling, and itchiness, which we call contact dermatitis.

    You Raising Your Child

  • Most homes have small amounts of hidden mold that are usually harmless to nonallergic people, says industrial hygienist Victor D'Amato, especially in humid regions like Florida or the Northeast.

    Cleaning Up The House

  • Thus an allergic person can be bothered by just a little bit of ragweed while a nonallergic person can tolerate vast amounts without so much as a sneeze.

    No Uncertain Terms

  • Thus an allergic person can be bothered by just a little bit of ragweed while a nonallergic person can tolerate vast amounts without so much as a sneeze.

    No Uncertain Terms

  • Thus an allergic person can be bothered by just a little bit of ragweed while a nonallergic person can tolerate vast amounts without so much as a sneeze.

    No Uncertain Terms

  • Thus an allergic person can be bothered by just a little bit of ragweed while a nonallergic person can tolerate vast amounts without so much as a sneeze.

    No Uncertain Terms

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