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noncommunication

Definitions

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  • n. Absence of communication; failure to communicate.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ communication

Examples

  • "What is important is what happens during the time of noncommunication," says Daniel L. Shapiro , a psychologist, director of the Harvard International Negotiation Program and co-author of "Beyond Reason: Using Emotions as You Negotiate."

    Delicate Art of Fixing a Broken Friendship

  • But they work in a void of noncommunication, cut off from run-of-the-mill knitters and nearly all knitting instructions.

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  • QUESTION: Given that, apparently, there was some degree of noncommunication between your campaign and McCain's over this ...

    CNN Transcript Sep 24, 2008

  • But the noncommunication could also be a legacy of the boom.

    British Airways-Iberia merger

  • It had to be better than continuing their decade of utter silence and noncommunication.

    Red Hot Reunion

  • On the way, I told him about my long friendship with Emma, about the curious rapport that kept us bonded, despite long periods of noncommunication.

    Break No Bones

  • However then the other side faults them for not properly communicating and each of the participants gets frustrated because the other wont communicate, ignoring their own noncommunication and mixed signals they are giving out.

    New Rape Culture and Gender Thread

  • Parliament, having reassembled with 306 members (and the Presbyterians again in control), repealed the noncommunication resolution and attempted to reopen negotiations with the king (July).

    1645, Jan

  • It had become a daily routine of noncommunication.

    Living the 7 Habits

  • I was tempted to ask how a fellow member of a club dedicated to noncommunication and misanthropy had managed to make known his peculiar talents, but I was distracted by Holmes, who had risen and was pawing vigorously through a desk drawer, finally to emerge with paper, pen, and a pot of glue.

    A Letter of Mary

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