Definitions

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  • adj. Not damaging.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ damaging

Examples

  • The establishment of an incentive zone also creates a discrete threshold within which emitters are given the incentives to limit their emissions to nondamaging, assimilable levels.

    An Introduction to Ecological Economics~ Chapter 4

  • You try the easiest, softest, nondamaging unclogging methods for the leader pipe first.

    10 Questions for . . . Robert Lenney, Gutter Expert

  • He and his 10-year-old daughter, Kelli, then used water, a soft-scrub brush and nondamaging chemicals to make the stone's inscription readable again.

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  • Even small, nondamaging detail should be observed: The Germanic ancestor of corn, etc., should not be given with - m (* kurnam), as if identical with Latin (grānum).

    VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol IX No 1

  • When you check in this way to your true feelings and then voice them in a nondamaging way, you’re keeping the communication center open.

    Love For No Reason

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