Definitions

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  • adjective Not incendiary.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ incendiary

Examples

  • Rod Dreher - formerly at Beliefnet, now blogging at Big Questions Online - recently hosted one of the most thoughtful, nonincendiary discussions of same-sex marriage that I've ever encountered.

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  • There are important assumptions we bring into the show as viewers; we are assuming that this is escapist read: nonincendiary humor, we are assuming the characters are ultimately good people, and we’re assuming that our relationship to Friends mirrors the traditional relationship Americans have always had with thirty-minute TV programs that employ canned laughter.

    “Ha ha,” he said. “Ha ha.”

  • There are important assumptions we bring into the show as viewers; we are assuming that this is escapist read: nonincendiary humor, we are assuming the characters are ultimately good people, and we’re assuming that our relationship to Friends mirrors the traditional relationship Americans have always had with thirty-minute TV programs that employ canned laughter.

    Chuck Klosterman on Film and Television

  • There are important assumptions we bring into the show as viewers; we are assuming that this is escapist read: nonincendiary humor, we are assuming the characters are ultimately good people, and we’re assuming that our relationship to Friends mirrors the traditional relationship Americans have always had with thirty-minute TV programs that employ canned laughter.

    “Ha ha,” he said. “Ha ha.”

  • There are important assumptions we bring into the show as viewers; we are assuming that this is escapist read: nonincendiary humor, we are assuming the characters are ultimately good people, and we’re assuming that our relationship to Friends mirrors the traditional relationship Americans have always had with thirty-minute TV programs that employ canned laughter.

    “Ha ha,” he said. “Ha ha.”

  • There are important assumptions we bring into the show as viewers; we are assuming that this is escapist read: nonincendiary humor, we are assuming the characters are ultimately good people, and we’re assuming that our relationship to Friends mirrors the traditional relationship Americans have always had with thirty-minute TV programs that employ canned laughter.

    “Ha ha,” he said. “Ha ha.”

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