Definitions

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  • adj. Not involving physical contact

Etymologies

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non- +‎ contact

Examples

  • It was a so-called noncontact period, and not wanting an NCAA rules violation, then assistant coach Stevens told Nored he had to leave.

    Underdawgs

  • A great many of them, I might add, do not have access to the most popular "noncontact" sports.

    Why Boxing Is Worth Fighting For

  • She advised young athletes to opt instead for noncontact sports like swimming, tennis and volleyball.

    Why Boxing Is Worth Fighting For

  • Prisoners would be allowed only one 15-minute telephone call per month, with "immediate family members only" (defined to include only parents, spouses, children and siblings); one one-hour noncontact visit per month, with immediate family members; and one letter per week, limited to three pieces of paper, to and from a single recipient, "at the discretion of the Warden."

    David C. Fathi: Buried in the Bureau of Prisons

  • As a result of the arrest, [Witkowski], 46, a 19-year department veteran, was placed on noncontact status. ...

    DeMorning DeBonis: June 29, 2010

  • As a result of the arrest, Detective William J. Witkowski, 46, a 19-year department veteran, was placed on noncontact status, department spokeswoman Gwendolyn Crump said.

    D.C. detective charged with assault

  • Participation in contact or collision sports, such as soccer or football, obviously involves a higher risk of injury than participation in noncontact physical activity, such as swimming or walking.

    The Doctor is In

  • Still, we were told it was to be a “noncontact” visit.

    This Family of Mine

  • South Carolina allows seventh and eighth graders to run in high school in noncontact sports.

    Young Runners

  • "But what distinguishes it [the sensor] from others is it is very small and worn on a place in the body that is stable in noncontact sports."

    Improving Athletic Performance | Impact Lab

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