Definitions

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  • adj. Not neutral.
  • n. A person or party that is not neutral; a partisan.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ neutral

Examples

  • It forces us to recognize space as a nonneutral thing — unlike Realism, which ignores the specificities of space.

    Zadie Smith, Mark Thwaite, Negativity and Whining for the New

  • She hadn’t bothered to remove the tiny gold stud in her nose, despite its very nonneutral connotations, because most people didn’t notice it until at least the second or third time they met her.

    Substitute Me

  • It forces us to recognize space as a nonneutral thing ” unlike Realism, which ignores the specificities of space.

    Two Paths for the Novel

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