Definitions

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  • adjective That is not a crime.
  • noun An act that is not a crime.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ crime

Examples

  • Later this year, "South of Heaven," one of Thompson's last books and few noncrime novels, will be republished in a special edition by Arion Press with illustrations by the black-humored cult artist Raymond Pettibon.

    Time for Jim Thompson to Be Famous Again

  • Moving away from that cesspit of psychosis that this noncrime writer has been forced to examine at length under its festering mold-covered rock, I think taking a Levitt approach to these sci fi controversies of "racism" and "sexism" might be a good one.

    A Little Wisdom from Dr. Levitt & Mr. Dubner

  • Moving away from that cesspit of psychosis that this noncrime writer has been forced to examine at length under its festering mold-covered rock, I think taking a Levitt approach to these sci fi controversies of "racism" and "sexism" might be a good one.

    A Little Wisdom from Dr. Levitt & Mr. Dubner

  • Moving away from that cesspit of psychosis that this noncrime writer has been forced to examine at length under its festering mold-covered rock, I think taking a Levitt approach to these sci fi controversies of "racism" and "sexism" might be a good one.

    March 2009

  • We get a lot of trivial calls, pranksters, hang-ups, citizens complaining to us about a noncrime situation, something they should handle themselves.

    Holding The 911 Line

  • Anyone with the cowardice to accuse another of such a noncrime anonymously is a traitor and a willing participant in theft, not to mention an accessory to the kidnapping of a man who has harmed no one.

    Homeland Stupidity

  • Such calls, he said, were categorized as noncrime calls such as neighbor disputes and false alarms in businesses.

    Home News Tribune - News

  • "And the expectation for behavior of girls and what occurred with them when they didn't meet those expectations really provided an open door for young girls to be institutionalized for noncrime events.

    LJWorld.com stories: News

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