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  • adj. Not decisive.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. not crucial; not comprising a decisive factor in a result. Opposite of crucial and decisive.


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non- +‎ decisive


  • Wait until every bloody international mess is to be analyzed and "fixed" by Zbignew via Obama's bloody nondecisive nonsense, all to be lipped by Zbig.

    Hillary Calls for Alan Greenspan and Robert Rubin to Fix Economy

  • VICTORIA CLARKE, CNN CONTRIBUTOR: Well, I was struck by what I heard Judy say, which is the Kerry campaign keeps saying that it wants this to be a positive, upbeat, nondecisive convention.

    CNN Transcript Jul 28, 2004

  • Interesting that the President thinks we Americans should celebrate the Mexicans’ nondecisive Battle of Puebla (which did not prevent the French acquisition of Mexico), presumably beyond chomping down a taco or two.

    White House Taco Time


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